Union Bank, CIG Motors Offer 0% Interest Car Financing Deal
By our reporter
Union Bank of Nigeria has signed a partnership agreement with Choice International Group (CIG) Motors Limited, a member of CIG Group of Companies, to provide car financing services to the Bank’s customers on purchase of GAC range of cars, through its asset finance loan scheme.
The deal, which was recently signed at Stallion Plaza, Union Bank’s head office in Marina, Lagos, will allow customers to purchase brand new GAC vehicles with as low as 0% interest and N242,000 monthly instalment.
In addition, subscribers to the Union Bank asset finance loan scheme will enjoy after-sales service and warranty during the tenor of the car financing as well as access to other products from CIG Group at competitive prices.
Speaking at the official signing ceremony of the agreement, Mr. Mudassir Amray, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Union Bank said: “I am genuinely delighted to have a partnership with CIG Group who are inevitably a market leader in terms of providing quality products at affordable prices.
We are determined to bring value to our clients through partnerships, be it health care, cross border business or transportation.
From L-R: Joe Mbulu, Chief Financial Officer, Union Bank; Chief Diana Chen, Chairman/Chief Executive Officer, CIG Group; Mudassir Amray, MD/CEO, Union Bank; and Dr. Ramanathan Murugesan, Chief Finance Officer, CIG Group at the official signing ceremony of Drive Now, Pay Later partnership between Union Bank and CIG Group held in Lagos recently.
We are convinced that with this agreement, our customers will be able to buy quality cars with easy payment terms, which will provide comfort and convenience to our customers.”
Also commenting on the partnership, Chief Diana Chen, Chairman of CIG Group urged potential car owners to take advantage of the partnership and purchase brand-new vehicles that will withstand the test of time.
This car Financing partnership is a culmination of Union Bank and CIG Group’s desire to collaborate and explore mutually beneficial business opportunities.
This strategically aligns with the bank’s aim to examine various options to provide financial support and incentives for its customers.