Polaris Bank is a large financial services provider in West Africa and Central Africa. With headquarters in Nigeria, the bank maintains subsidiaries in Sierra Leone, the Gambia, the Republic of Guinea, Liberia, Angola and Equatorial Guinea. As of September 2010, the bank’s total assets were valued in excess of US$3.9 billion (NGN:611.5 billion), with shareholders’ equity of approximately US$630 million (NGN:98.4 billion).
The bank traces its origins back to 1989 when Prudent Bank Plc., was incorporated as a limited liability company. In 1990, the bank was issued a license as merchant bank. That same year, it re-branded as Prudent Merchant Bank Limited. In 2006, Prudent Merchant Bank Limited merged with four other banks to form Skye Bank Plc.:
No good network and long cube
Insufficient working tool is a major challenge. The security location of the branch is at stake as other occupants share the same building. ATM Gallery only one working. Good relationship staff
The staff are very polite with their customers, the look at the customers problems at all the time. Their online service is averagely poor and not too fast due to their network. Their ATM is not always dispense cash.
The staff are reliable and polite. The services quite fair especially the online transaction. Even the ATM is efficient as well
Polaris offers good services to their customers, but lack enough branches and this lead to apathy by customers..