Myanmar, 22 March 2019 – uab bank reported a record net profit after tax of MMK 5,806.87 million for the six-months transitional financial year ending 30 September 2018. Annualised return on equity rose to 17.7%, a significant jump from the 1.9% for the full year ending 31 March 2018.
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“Be The Change Myanmar” by UAB Bank to grant 1,000 wishes this Christmas
Yangon, 19th December 2018 – Be The Change Myanmar (#bethechangemm), an initiative by UAB Bank to bring change to people and community is expanding its #wishesdocometrue program this year and targets to grant the wishes of 1,000 under-privileged children this Christmas. Since its inception in December 2017, Be The Change Myanmar has granted over 400 wishes of under-privileged children.
UAB Celebrates 8th Anniversary
Yangon, 16 August 2018 – 16 August 2018 marks the 8th anniversary of UAB and amongst the activities undertaken to celebrate this occassion was a lunch donation to patients at the Yangon General Hospital.Since its incorporation, UAB has over the last 8 years expanded and extended its footprint and currently provides service to the community through its 77 branches nationwide. It has also over the period grown its asset base to over MMK 1 trillion.
Yangon, 12 September 2017: United Amara Bank (uab) Limited, one of the Myanmar’s largest private banks, today announced the launch of its first suite of credit cards with Visa in Myanmar.
Three types of Visa Credit Card will be offered; Classic, Gold and Platinum.
uab CEO U TheinLwin and ADB’s Winfried Wicklein launch partnership that will provide greater financial support to local businesses and boost Myanmar economy