Mobilink Bank Wins Best Bank for Inclusion Award at PBA 2023

Mobilink Bank Wins Best Bank for Inclusion Award at PBA 2023


Mobilink Bank secured the coveted title of Best Bank for Inclusion at the Pakistan Banking Awards 2023. The ceremony, held at Pearl Continental Hotel in Karachi on November 24, celebrated the bank’s exceptional efforts in promoting inclusive financial practices. The accolade recognizes Mobilink Bank’s commitment to serving a diverse clientele, supporting SMEs, and leveraging digital advancements for underbanked communities, particularly empowering women.

VEON Group and Digital Transformation

Mobilink Bank, a part of the VEON group, aligns with VEON’s global digital operator strategy. VEON, a digital operator across seven countries, aims to enhance digital inclusion and drive economic growth for over 8% of the world’s population.

Leadership Perspectives on Success

Ghazanfar Azzam, Mobilink Bank’s President and CEO, expressed pride in the award, highlighting dedication to excellence and innovation. Haaris Mahmood Chaudhary, COO, highlighted the bank’s success in digital banking, women empowerment, and inclusivity. Aamir Ibrahim, Chairman, acknowledged the visionary leadership, team commitment, and customer trust that contributed to this prestigious recognition.

Driving Financial Inclusion with Impressive Metrics

With a user base exceeding 45 million and over 16 million monthly active mobile wallets, Mobilink Bank is a leader in financial inclusion. Mobilink Bank’s 220,000+ agents drive economic development, digital literacy, and community financial well-being.
The bank’s commitment to financial accessibility is evident through its extensive branchless network and community-focused initiatives.

Flagship Initiatives WIN Program and Dost App

Mobilink Bank’s commitment to inclusivity is evident through its flagship initiatives, the Women Inspirational Network (WIN) Program and Dost App. These programs address gaps in financial inclusion, catalyzing positive change and fostering economic inclusion, even in challenging-to-access communities.

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