Renmoney Throws Party to Celebrate Outstanding Staff

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By Dipo Olowookere

Leading fintech lending company, Renmoney, capped its activities for 2018 by hosting its staff to a memorable end of the year party.

CEO of the firm, Tobi Boshoro, speaking at the event, described 2018 as splendid, saying, “It’s been an amazing year. We have learnt a lot about our customers and served them much better than we did in the past. We hope that in 2019, we’ll be able to provide our services to even more people and deliver a stronger impact on the economy.”

During the ceremony, awards were issued to outstanding employees in different categories including Service, Integrity, Convenience, Innovation and Excellence.

Olajide Jimoh, who won awards for providing outstanding service, delivering convenient solutions to customers and a long service award, expressed his gratitude, saying “I didn’t expect these three awards, especially the long service award. I’ve had a fantastic experience at Renmoney for the last six years and I am looking forward to many more years to come!”

Other award recipients included: Iyayi Oludapo, Simisola Akintola, Ogunade Kehinde and Taiyelolu Adenusi.

Elizabeth Okonji, Chief People Officer at Renmoney, who also won an award for the Most Inspiring Leader, stated that Renmoney is expecting an even more exciting 2019.

She said, “2018 saw us move into a new office and really focus on developing our internal culture. We were able to reach more people than ever before and provide more convenient solutions.

“We want to continue to reward the people who work tirelessly to deliver outstanding service and solutions to people every day. We have a lot more hard work ahead of us next year and we’re all super fired up by the challenge!” This year alone, Renmoney has won four awards. They are awards for: Excellence in Microfinance Banking, Excellence in Lending and Financing, Consumer Finance Company of the Year, and Consumer Finance Lender of the Year.

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