NPF Microfinance Bank Plc wishes to notify The Nigerian Stock Exchange and its esteemed shareholders and investing public that the Bank was unable to file her Audited Financial Statements for Year-ended 31st December 2020 before the filing due date of 31st March 2021.
NPF Microfinance Bank explained that the delay in filing is due to the fact that the Bank is yet to receive the approval of our primary regulator; The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
In a statement made available to Brand Spur Nigeria, the NPF Microfinance Bank state that,
“We have engaged with the CBN to ensure that we receive the required approval to enable us to make the financial results public.
We wish to assure the entire public, our stakeholders, investors and regulators that the audited financial statements will be released on or before 20th April 2021. We apologise for any inconveniences this may have caused.”
NPF Microfinance Bank Plc (Formerly NPF Community Bank Ltd), was incorporated on 19th May 1993, to provide services such as retail banking, loans and advances, and other allied services to both serving and retired officers and men of Nigeria Police Force, its ancillary institutions, and later on, the general banking public.