You will find the login to NBS Bank by log on to their website https://nbs.mw/ The login box is in the upper right corner of the home page. Click on easy banking services, then click on internet banking, enter your username, password and login to your account with NBS Bank.
To open an account with NBS Bank, click on open an account. To open an account, you should have the following documents ready:
National ID card
Payslip (if applicable)
Utility Bill/sketch map
Go with the process online, enter the required data and submit for approval.
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NBS Bank Plcs primary business is to provide retail, commercial, and international banking services in Malawi. The business is regulated under Financial Services Legislation and is overseen by the Directorate of Financial Institutions, Governor, Reserve Bank of Malawi. The banks shares are traded on the Malawi Stock Exchange, where it is listed under the NBS ticker.
The main office and the manned branches of NBS Bank Limited are located at NBS House, on the corner of Chipembere Highway and Johnstone Road, in the city of Blantyre, the financial capital of Malawi.
NBS Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of NICO Holdings, is a full-fledged commercial bank that provides a broad range of financial services to individuals, small-to-medium businesses, major corporations, and government institutions. The adoption of N-Genius, an online payment gateway from Network International, will allow NBS Bank to provide a quick and safe means for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), large corporations, public institutions and individuals to access the fast-growing Malawian e-commerce market.
With the ability to provide merchants and government entities with a digital trading experience via N-Genius(tm) Online Payment Gateway, NBS Bank and Network International (www.Network.ae) will contribute to achieving the objective of making Malawi a cashless economy. NBS Bank, Malawis leading commercial bank, has launched its modern electronic commerce platform, powered by Network International (www.Network.ae), the leading digital commerce enabler in Africa and Middle East.
Through innovation driven by technology, NBS Bank has always challenged traditional bank offerings, and Network International (www.Network.ae) is pleased to assist them in their goal of increasing acceptance of online payments amongst Malawis population.
Malawis leading financial institution, NBS Bank has upgraded their digital banking platform in order to offer easier banking solutions for customers and potential customers alike. According to Tamanda Langwe, head of marketing and customer experience at NBS Bank, the new facilities enable customers to have access to all the crucial channels for mobile banking in as convenient a manner as possible.
The group has also revamped its Internet Banking Platform and mobile app offerings, ensuring an enhanced service proposition. The bank has also introduced international remittance services through a partnership with Hello Paisa and World Remit, which is spread across the bankas network of branches. The Group continues to invest in its transformation, with a few initiatives including introducing biometrics as part of its ID verification process, The Bank strengthened its partnerships with the Ministry of Road Transport and Road Safety through introducing payment for traffic-related expenses in its EazyMobile 322 platform.
The leading financial institutions also introduced a Transactional Account for Tidalilane Group, through which rural banks, another growing financial sector in Malawi, are safe in depositing the Village Banks Groups funds and convenient for transacting at the agents. NBS Bank Plc said that it would continue to advance its customers interests in managing their finances securely with Tidalilane Group Transactional Account, which was developed specifically for village banks groups.
In that regard, leading financial institutions have corporate entities partnering with them, such as AGORA, Malawi Post Corporation, Farmers World, and Post Dot Net, acting as agents of Bank Pafupi. Another major success, said the CEO of NBS Bank, has been the partnership of NBS Bank with TNM Mpamba, enabling customers at both ends to transfer funds seamlessly between TNM Mpambas platform and our own EazyMobile platform.
NBS Bank Plc in Malawi has also claimed to have launched the Virtual MasterCard payment solution (non-plastic, non-physical) that will allow its customers to conduct a wider variety of electronic payments with merchants who accept MasterCard both locally and internationally. NBS Bank plc in Malawi further reported that to pay purchases using a Mastercard virtual (non-plastic), NBS Bank customers will be given a 16-digit card number, a security code, and an expiry date, which they will use to make the purchase online, just as they would do using physical cards. It further stated, contrary to the expectations of many, that its digital banking platforms are not exclusive to banking customers; non-NBS customers are also allowed to have access to EazyApp, EazyWapp, and USSD, after creating an NBS wallet.
Outlook strong> The Bank is seeking to raise KRW998.0 million (US$6.0 million) via an equity right issue of KRW103,949,048 shares at KRW 9.60 per share, based on a ratio of one new shares to every six retained.
Overview NBS Bank Plc
2011 Results For NBS Bank Plc
The bank posted a 24% YoY increase in its PBT at MWK 1.3bn, mostly driven by 20% of growth in funding revenues to MWK 1.8bn, driven by 20% of the increase in financing revenues. Net interest income increased spectacularly on a 34 per cent growth due to the increase in loan book and increased investments in money market investments. Non-interest income, consisting of transaction fees and Forex Trading Income, increased 17 per cent on an uplift from 2019. The adoption of group products on digital platforms improved with investments being made in increasing the reach of its products through digital platforms, with an uplift of 17%. The adoption of the groups products through digital platforms, with investments increasing by 17%.
Maintaining branches in key business centres
The bank has an extensive established branch network totaling 35 branches, which is capable of mobilizing deposits from smaller urban centers which would have been too costly to set up and tap into. Out of ten banks licensed and operating in Malawi, only three banks are listed, which are; Standard Bank of Malawi Plc, with a market capitalization of US$208 million, National Bank of Malawi Plc, with a market capitalization of US$170 million, First Merchant Bank Plc, with a market capitalization of US$59 million, and NBS Bank Plc.
Last Updated on August 19, 2022