- Street / Area: Fighting Street
- City: Niamey
- Country: Niger
- Phonenumber: (+227) 20 73 39 14
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Website: http://www.bcn-niger.com
- Financial service details: Banking, Money transfers, E-banking, Credit cards, Business services, Funding and loans, Insurance, Investment, Money transports, Others
- Office in Africa: Libya, Niger, Nigeria
- Office in North America: Others
- Office in South America: Others
- Listed: November 6, 2017 2:37 pm
- Expires: 16 days, 20 hours
The Commercial Bank of Niger (BCN) is a public limited company with a capital of 9,949,750,000 Fcfa, following a successful cooperation between two sovereign states.
A new identity, renewed ambitions, such are our signature and leitmotif that we want to achieve with our customers, our partners, and correspondence with the support of our strategic shareholders.
The Commercial Bank of Niger (BCN), previously known as the Libyan Arab Bank for Foreign Trade (BALINEX), is a public limited company under Nigerian law with a board of directors with a capital of 16,449,750,000 CFA francs, resulting from an agreement of the 1st November 1975 signed between the State of Niger and the State of Libya.
It was approved as a bank by order n ° 158 / MF of May 12, 1977.
The NCB started its activities in 1978 and took its current name Commercial Bank of Niger (BCN) on 9 February 1993.
The Nigerian state and the Libyan Foreign Bank (LFB) are its two main shareholders.
To show our ambitions and our determination to move forward, we have provided the NCB with a strategic plan and a 2017-2021 business plan, which
a road map and a springboard for the leaders of the NCB.
Its objective is to enable the Bank’s executives to plan for the future, to visualize the strategic positioning of the structure at various time horizons and to verify that the choices and results they obtain are in line with the predictions and ambitions which had been delineated in these Strategic and Business Plans.
The overall objective pursued by the NCB is to position itself from the 10th to the 7th place of the Banks of Niger to reach 7% to 8% of market share by 2021.
The implementation of these strategic objectives to continue to be a reference and leading actor, with the constant concern to be at the best quality standards will rely first on a dynamic staff experienced in the task and will pass through the excellence of our products and services, by a permanent adaptation of our procedures, by the choice of the best technologies and information systems.
Thanks to the renewed trust of our customers and shareholders, we will continue to develop the NCB and actively participate in the financing of the national economy.
Visit our website for more information and for your purchases.
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