The management of financial services company, uniCredit has dispelled rumours that the consolidation of its sister company UniBank has taken a toll on them.
In a communique Thursday, the company noted that it has always “operated as a separate entity providing financial solutions to customers”.
The statement urged customers to avoid trooping to their branches to withdraw the deposits as a result of panic.
“…this creates challenges in meeting all the needs at the same time,” uniCredit noted.
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