CABS invests $3 million on refurbishment and rebranding

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CABS, a subsidiary of Old Mutual Zimbabwe, has invested $3 million on upgrading its branches across the country. Apart from having the largest branch network in Zimbabwe, CABS is also the largest mortgage lender.

Simon Hammond, the managing director for CABS told NewsDay that:

Over $3 million has been invested in our rebranding exercise. This exercise will go a long way in improving the branch ambience to enhance customer experience,

CABS is seeking to consolidate its dominance in the banking sector by refurbishing its 56 branches nationwide.

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