NBP upgrading ATM capacity on modern lines
ISLAMABAD: The National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) is working to upgrade the capacity of its Automated Teller Machine (ATM) system on modern lines to meet international banking standards of public facilitation. "We are working to upgrade the capacity of Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and modernize the infrastructure of NBP to meet the international banking standard," President of the bank, Syed Ahmed Iqbal Ashraf said after inaugurating ATM facility at National Press Club here Thursday. Among others, President of National Press Club, Shakeel Anjum, Secretary, Imran Dhilun and bank officials Mudassir H. Khan,Nabeel Saeed and Farooq Hassan were also present on the occasion.The NBP President said that National Press Club, (NPC) Islamabad was the first press club of the country where the ATM machine has been installed to facilitate the journalist of the capital city.
He said that the NBP has also been evolving mechanism to facilitate the special people in institution and provide them better facilities, adding that "we are going to install the special ATM service for these people."
He said that the Bank has installed ATMs on utility basis at all its branches across the country. The NBP President said that the bank was committed to facilitate the people and provide them better service in urban as well as rural areas.
He said NBP has provided ATM card to 0.25 million pensioners across the country to facilitate them get their pension in respectful way.
He said NBP has been providing national service to pensioners and was providing services to all governmental institutions. He said that NBP, being the largest bank of Pakistan was operating with more than 1350 branches across Pakistan.
The bank has diversified its business portfolio and has been competing in the debt equity market, corporate investment banking, retail and consumer banking including agricultural and government collections and payments.