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CDH Investment Bank donates K1 million towards BAM golf tournament

Mr Benison Jambo, Chief Business Development Officer of CDH Investment Bank hands over a cheque to Mrs Lyness Nkungula, Chief Executive Officer of the Bankers Association of Malawi

CDH Investment Bank on 22nd September 2021 donated K1 million to the Bankers Association of Malawi (BAM). The donation was the bank’s contribution towards a fund-raising golf event that took place on 25th September 2021. The Bankers Association will use funds raised at the golf event to purchase desks and other learning support equipment and materials which will be donated to Nkope Community Day Secondary School in Mangochi.

Making the donation in Blantyre, CDH Investment Bank’s Chief Business Development Officer, Mr Benison Jambo said “as a responsible financial institution, we recognize the importance of education as a critical catalyst to national development. We therefore are excited to be part of the important initiative of ensuring that students at Nkope Community Day Secondary School have a conducive environment to learn and develop”. He hailed the Bankers Association of Malawi for leading a good cause.

The donation was received on behalf of the Bankers Association of Malawi by the Chief Executive Officer, Mrs Lyness Nkungula. In her speech, Mrs Nkungula expressed gratitude to CDH Investment Bank for the donation. She appealed to other banks and corporates to work together in reaching out to other places of learning.

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