Mobilink Microfinance bank relocates Multan branch to promote access to financial solutions to a larger customer base


Pakistan’s largest digital bank, Mobilink Microfinance Bank Limited (MMBL), has expanded its banking operations by relocating its Multan branch to Muslim Gujjar Khadda Road Markaz, to serve its growing customer base and promote access to convenient and customized digital banking and financial solutions to residents and the local business community at one of the busiest trade centers of the metropolitan.
MMBL Multan’s new premises was inaugurated in the presence of senior executives, staff members, and the media. Speaking at the opening ceremony, President & CEO, MMBL, Ghazanfar Azzam said, “The city of Multan is a growing business hub in Punjab and is home to various industrial & commerce enterprises.
We are thrilled to strengthen our footprint in this great locality and excited to continue supporting the community with customized digital financial products and services.
The new branch is a full-service banking center designed to enrich our customers’ banking experience with us. At MMBL, we believe in investing in communities where we can connect at a more personal level with customers and empower them with tailored digital financial solutions.”
With a focus on promoting financial inclusion across the country, MMBL offers an array of customized digital and financial solutions to its growing customer base through its expansive digital and physical touchpoints. MMBL is financially powering over 40 million registered users, including over 15 million monthly active mobile wallets across Pakistan, helping serve the most underserved and marginalized populations across the nation.
MMBL aims to continue serving a diverse range of customers to help address their growing financial needs with seamless onboarding and convenient access to an extensive portfolio of digital banking solutions.