ASHA Microfinance Bank Bags CAC Award For More Extensive Compliance
Nigeria’s leading Microfinance bank, ASHA Microfinance bank limited was on May 21, 2015 given a special recognition by the Coporate Affairs Commission (CAC) at an award ceremony tagged Corporate Citizens Award.
ASHA Microfinance bank won the CAC Award For More Extensive Compliance at a ceremony witnessed by captains of industries, banking gurus, top corporate players and government officials.
The objective of the award is to promote the culture of Statutory Compliance in Nigeria business environment by recognizing corporate citizens who have conducted their affairs to date in compliance with statutory requirements and best practices.
Eligibility for the award is based on compliance with the requirements of the Companies and Allied Matter Acr 1990 (cap c20) and respective industry regulations to date.
The former Minister of Trade, Olusegun Aganga Presented the coveted award to the MD of ASHA Microfinance bank, Mr Aminul Haque Bhuiya at the event which took place in Transcorp Hilton, Abuja.
Incorporated on 23 October 2009 with the Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria, the Central Bank of Nigeria granted an operating license to ASHA Microfinance Bank Limited on the 23rd of March 2010.
The major objective of ASHA Microfinance Bank Limited, according to the Head of Administrative/ Human Resources of the bank, Mr Bode Adebiyi is to “offer affordable, flexible and need-responsive micro-finance products and services to the economically active poor people in Lagos. This Bank is staffed by Nigerian microfinance personnel, who are responsible for the day-to-day operations, with guidance from a handful of expatriate Bangladeshi trainers.”
Here are some of the pictures at the event: