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EFC Uganda will embark on the process of closing down five of its business service centers to help streamline business processes while leveraging on partnerships in the banking sector

EFC Uganda has announced it will close five of its business service centers within the Greater Kampala Metropolitan Area (GKMA) to help streamline business processes while leveraging on partnerships in the banking sector.

In a press statement, the EFC Uganda indicated that service centers in Kireka, Mukono, and Nateete will close on November 21 while Kalerwe and Nansana will stop operating on December 31, 2023.

“Starting from October 24th, 2023, EFC Uganda will embark on the process of closing down five of its business service centers to help streamline business processes while leveraging on partnerships in the banking sector,” the EFC said, describing the development as a strategic decision.

“It should be noted that EFC’s services to its esteemed clients will seamlessly continue through its cash handling branches at both Kamwokya Branch, on EFC House, Plot 45 Kira Road, Kamwokya and Ndeeba Branch, on Master Wood Plaza, Masaka Road, Ndeeba.”

“The Customers shall also continue to utilize the convenience of its Easy Mobile Platform that caters for both MTN MoMo & Airtel Money deposits with full details displayed on the EFC website; https://efcug.com/easy-mobile,” it said, adding that “Deposits can also be made through its partner banks as shown on the website; https://efcug.com/partner-banks.”

Officials indicated that the institution is being responsive to digital demands in the banking sector.

“EFC appreciates the importance of accessible and convenient banking and are confident that these options will continue to provide its customers with the reliable service they have come to expect,” a statement indicated.

EFC Uganda Limited (MDI), is among the microfinance institutions in Uganda licensed and supervised by the Bank of Uganda.