TAJBank Named Receiving Agent for Nigerian Customs Service





TAJBank, Nigeria’s most innovative non–Interest financial institution, has been named as a receiving agent by the Nigerians Customs Service (NCS).

Following the appointment, the bank is saddled with the responsibility of serving as the official agent for the NCS for the collection of all forms of revenues of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS).

In a statement in Abuja and made available to PerSecondnews, the bank reiterated its commitment to deploying cutting edge information technology to broaden the revenue collection platforms of the NCS.

This will be achieved through provision of various e-based options to be made available to revenue payers. This model is expected to ease revenue collection and boost the Federal Government’s revenue drive. The bank looks forward to fostering a mutually rewarding relationship with the NCS.

The Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) was established as an independent customs service under the supervision of the Nigerian Ministry of Finance.

 The NCS is responsible for the collection of customs revenue and anti-smuggling efforts.

The bank’s Head of Marketing Communications, Mariam Ehicheoya said TAJBank is Nigeria’s second non-Interest financial institution in the country.
The Bank received its license from the Central Bank of Nigeria on July 12th, 2019 and offers a range of products and services that span Private Banking, Retail Banking,Business Banking, Development Financeand the Public Sector.
TAJBank which has its head office in Abuja and branches at the National Assembly Complex and Kano State has plans to establish a network of outlets  across the country.

Written by Per Second News


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