DFCU Bank has connected its Masaka branch to the Bankom inter-bank national switch after launching an ATM in the area on Wednesday, giving clients access to over 30 ATMs countrywide, writes Vision Reporter.
Roscoe Nsubuga, dfcu Bankâ€™s head of marketing and wholesale banking, said, â€œCustomers in Masaka asked for the extension of service hours and we have responded to enable them transact business more efficiently.â€
Willie Ogule, dfcu Groupâ€™s company secretary, said the bankâ€™s reserve requirement at the central bank had grown to sh14b, above the sh4b legal reserve requirement.
The bank has eight branches countrywide.
dfcu Masaka connected to Bankom switch