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Bank PHB plc now Keystone bank

 

Bank PHB (PlatinumHabib Bank Ltd)
Address: Head Office: Plot 707, Adeola Hopewell Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
Phone: +234 1 4617341-50
Website: http://www.bankphb.com

Bank PHB is a Nigerian bankformed as a result of the 2005 merger between former Platinum Bank Plc and Habib Nigeria Bank Limited prior to the consolidation exercise mandated by the CBN.

Other features of Bank PHB;

Partnerships
The process of building a strong international brand requires that we build strategic partnerships.

Financials
Bank PHB will play a critical role in the lives of all our employees, investors, customers or as service providers.

Customer Service
Bank PHB has a very good customer service which other banks crave for.

Financial Rating
Bank PHB places strong emphasis on shareholders’ wealth maximization.

The Bank PHB Brand
Bank PHB has in the last two years built a strong and highly recognizable brand in the Nigerian banking industry.

Awards
Bank PHB receives awards for innovativeness, Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility

Our Bank - About Bank PHB
Bank PHB is emerging icon for banking excellence in Nigeria

Investor Relations
Bank PHB places strong emphasis on shareholders’ wealth maximization.

Corporate Citizenship
Bank PHB’s engagement with the society is specifically focused at the youths.

Corporate Governance
The milestones we have achieved would not have been possible without a professional Board.

Offices & Subsidiaries
Bank PHB has a satisfactory network of branches spread across Nigeria.

In August 2011, due to a CBN audit, Bank PHB failed to scale through due to liquidity problems and was nationalized by the CBN and later transformed to Keystone Bank. Keystone Bank is 100% owned by AMCON, under the Federal government.

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