CDH Investment Bank is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a commitment to support the country achieve its development aspirations by supporting investment drives.
The climax of the celebrations was a dinner which took place at the weekend in Blantyre and attracted stakeholders from different organisations.
The bank’s chairperson Franklin Kennedy described the 10-year journey as exciting, adding that the firm has grown and made a significant contribution to national economic development.
He added that the secret to the success has been the commitment of the people to their vision and focusing on delivering good services on the financial market.
“Going forward, people should expect the same top notch service from us, even more, as we will be making sure that we attract more international investors to Malawi,” he said.
Guest of honour at the celebrations was Reserve Bank of Malawi Governor Wilson Banda.
Banda commended the bank for its contribution to economic stability of the country while urging it to continue utilising government securities instruments on the stock exchange.
“The bank entered the government securities market when the market was very illiquid but they provided liquidity and more importantly they brought in the skills and this has heavily helped that sector,” he said.
CDH Investment Bank started as a discount house 10 years ago and grew to be an investment bank.
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