Wanfuteng Bank Turns 3
Wanfuteng Bank has reached an exciting milestone as it celebrates 3 years of delivering customer-first banking solutions to Vanuatu residents since opening its doors to the public in 2018.
“Since the get go we have tried to set a new standard in the banking sector. We have introduced Smart ATM Machines to reduce waiting times, exclusive deals with local businesses to reward our customers, and fast turnaround times for loans and new account applications. We have made a commitment to the market to provide superior customer service and great rates – and that is what we will do,” said Catherine Le Bourgeois, Wanfuteng Bank’s Founder and CEO.
In just three years, Wanfuteng Bank has tried to make a meaningful impact as a Bank serving the people of the Republic of Vanuatu.
To date, Wanfuteng Bank has donated over Vt7,500,000 as relief support to assist communities who have suffered the devastation of Tropical Cyclone Harold.
In 2021 Wanfuteng Bank committed Vt1,000,000 to promote local ni-Vanuatu education through its scholarship program. This is the second year the program is running. This year opportunity for gaining a scholarship was also extended to Santo.
“Everyone at Wanfuteng Bank has worked extremely hard to gain the trust of our customers, and in doing so, we hope will help develop trust with potential customers. We have tried to better listeners to our customers and potential customers. So we can adjust our products and services accordingly,” said Wilmaraia Vocor, Wanfuteng Bank’s General Manager.
Wanfuteng Bank has become Vanuatu’s fastest growing commercial bank, with its customer base increasing on average by 400% year-on-year.
“We have achieved significant milestones in Year 2, one being the expansion of our services to Santo; we can only get better in Year 3,” Mrs Vocor said.