Date : 15th-November-2021
Amid the 3rd wave of COVID-19 in Myanmar, uab bank Limited has taken several steps to ensure public and employees’ safety. The Bank is also mindful of the need to service its customers and is endeavoring to ensure that as many of its branches remain opened and that digital services are available on a 24-hour basis for customers to access their accounts.
Listed below are the branches that have been closed as at today due to COVID-19 concerns and we are working to re-open them as soon as possible.
|1||Pazundaung Branch||No.(54), Corner of Yay Kyaw Road and U Shwe Gon Road, (7)Quarter, Pazundaung Township, Yangon Division.|
|2||Mandalay Diamond Plaza Branch||No.(G-097 to G-109), Ground Floor, 78th Street, Between 33rd & 34th Street, Chanayetharzan Township, Mandalay Division.|
|3||84th Street Branch||No.(347), Corner of 37Street & 84Street, Yadanarbonmi West Quarter, Maharaungmyay Township, Mandalay Division.|
|4||12th Street Branch||No.(40), 12th St, Between 79th & 80th St, Amarahtarni West Ward, Aungmyaytharzan Township, Mandalay Division.|
|5||73rd Street Branch||Building (9), Mingalar Market, Corner of 73street & 31street, Yan Myo Lon Quarter, Chanayetharzan Township, Mandalay Division.|
|6||Pyigyimingalar Branch||Building (10), Road No (H), Between 63rd Street & 65thStreet, Pyigyimingalar Cargo Express Complex, Amarapura Township, Mandalay Division.|
|7||80th Street Branch||No.(594),(80) street, (Between 28 street and 29 street), Chanayetharzan Township, Mandalay Division.|
|8||83rd Street Branch||No.(268), 83 street, between 28 and 29 street, Chan Aye Thar Zan Middle Quarter, Chanayetharzan Township, Mandalay Division.|
|9||Kyauksittan Branch||No.(613), 84 street, between 44 street and 45 street, Maharaungmyay Township, Mandalay Division.|
|10||Industry Zone Branch||U Paing (66), between 62 street and Yadanar Street, Industrial Zone (1), Pyigyitagon Township, Mandalay Division.|
**The table above will be updated to reflect the latest position.
The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply impacted lives and livelihoods both in Myanmar and across the world. At this time of the 3rd wave, uab bank has activated its Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and formed a Crisis Control Unit (CCU) to monitor and navigate the business through day-to-day operational issues. The CCU also will ensure that the health and safety issues at the Bank is being taken care of.
The experience of the 1st and 2nd wave will guide our Team in taking the necessary prudent steps.
The Bank is committed to provide essential services to the public and at uab bank branches, the necessary precautionary measures are being conducted, and these include:
At Head Office, we are leveraging the power of technology to remain connected with each other, create solutions for our customers and change our work practices to adapt to the new realities in the workplace.
We are continually committed to Connect. Create. Change.
We encourage customers to go digital and uab bank has launched the following services to allow Customers to transact and obtain access to their accounts:
Please rest assured that the health, safety and well-being of our employees, customers and visitors are our top priority. uab bank Management is strictly following health advisory and guidelines issued by MOHS on the prevention of COVID-19, together with the guidelines/ instruction from Central Bank of Myanmar regarding the Bank and the operations of its branches.
We will continue to provide the latest update on this uab bank website. Our digital banking services are also available on a 24-hour basis. Customers and visitors may also contact our Call Center via Facebook messenger or telephone +95 1 855 1336 ~ 39 or drop your message at [email protected] for further information.
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