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NMBZ total assets up 32,7%

Customer deposits grew by 63,7% to $87,1 billion. T
By Melody Chikono May. 19, 2023

NMBZ Holdings moves towards densification

The group revealed this while officially launching another subsidiary, NMB Properties, and opening 26 completed cluster homes in Marlborough, Harare, last week.
By Elma Zhoya May. 10, 2023

In-Depth-Interview: NMB CEO lays out game plan

You could be moving figures from one sheet to another, but it was not adding value so we got robots and machines.
By Freeman Makopa May. 5, 2023

NMB to remain profitable in FY23

For the FY2022, the group reported revenue of $43,90 billion, up 439% year-on-year.
By Staff Reporter Apr. 24, 2023

NMB Bank to set up US$3,5m property subsidiary

NMB Bank, which was crowned Zimbabwe’s best bank in the Zimbabwe Independent Banks & Banking Survey 2022, is seeking to diversify its portfolio into other sectors.
By Freeman Makopa Apr. 3, 2023

Zim’s best bank returns to Kwekwe

NMB is currently undergoing a digital transformation journey which started in 2020.
By Rugare Mubika Feb. 14, 2023

Harare fraudster transfers $800 000 from NMB

The suspect, Trymore Taurai Muzanenhamo (24) was remanded in custody to November 22 by Harare magistrate Evelyn Mashavakure.
By Emma Nhancumba Nov. 8, 2022

NMB secures US$10m credit line

The institution has in the past year been mobilising crucial lifelines to bolster Zimbabwe’s productive sector.
By Business Reporter Oct. 28, 2022

Cash crunch bites banks

The BAZ president said at the onset of the grinding liquidity crisis in 2016, banks had under their stewardship a combined 1,5 million accounts.
By Shame Makoshori Oct. 21, 2022