First Women Bank Ltd. (FWBL) has signed Avanza Solutions’ Ambit 2.0 to run its internet banking services which will allow FWBL to offer internet banking facilities to its customer base, thereby making its services more convenient and accessible. The signing ceremony took place at the FWBL Head office, where Ms. Tahira Raza, President & CEO – FWBL, and Mr. Mahmood Kapurwala, CEO- Avanza Solutions, officially kicked-off the project.
Speaking at the signing ceremony Ms. Tahira Raza, President & CEO – FWBL, said “we are pleased to have started the New Year with this initiative as FWBL has always strived to stay true to its roots and provide convenient banking services to its customers. With Avanza’s advanced tech, we aim to move further towards that vision.”
Mr. Mahmood Kapurwala, CEO – Avanza Solutions, spoke at the event, “Avanza strives to enable organizations, like FWBL, with state-of-the-art technology, ultimately helping them maximize reach, effectiveness, and productivity. I’m delighted to have signed FWBL, First Women’s Bank is an organization that is committed to make a difference in people’s lives. I am sure that with our advanced tech FWBL can make great strides in pursuit of their vision.”
Avanza’s Ambit provides continuous delivery of retail internet banking services using the best and latest security standards, coupled with a responsive and friendly user interface. Ambit does not require any software to be preloaded at the customer website and is browser-based solution. This makes the solution accessible and ensures a pleasant consumer experience every time.
The First Women’s Bank was established to empower and meet the banking requirements of women, to encourage, and assist them in trade, industry, and professional practice. Since its incorporation in 1989, the Bank has remained true to its vision to facilitate financial inclusion and opportunities for half of the population and their families.
With a network of 42 branches in 24 cities of Pakistan, FWBL currently serves 50,856 customers availing financing facilities of more than Rs. 60,000 million with over 90,000 customers maintaining business and savings accounts.