cbe

USD
53.5273
54.5978
,
GBP
62.6662
63.9195
,
EUR
58.516
59.6863
,
CHF
55.9713
57.0907
,
SEK
4.676
4.7695
,
NOK
4.834
4.9307
,
DKK
7.1135
7.2558
,
DJF
0.2974
0.3033
,
JPY
0.3771
0.3846
,
CAD
36.2863
37.012
,
SAR
12.909
13.1672
,
AED
13.1884
13.4522
,
XAF
0.012
0.0122
,
INR
,
KES
,
AUD
34.2099
34.8941
,
SDR
,
ZAR
,
CNY
7.1867
7.3304
,
KWD
167.5769
170.9284

awash

abyssinia

USD
53.5273
54.5978
,
GBP
62.6662
63.9195
,
EUR
58.516
59.6863
,
AED
13.1884
13.4522
,
NOK
4.834
4.9307
,
SAR
12.909
13.1672
,
SEK
4.676
4.7695
,
CAD
36.2863
37.012

abay

USD
53.5273
54.5978
,
EUR
58.516
59.6863
,
GBP
65.6191
66.9315
,
CHF
58.6087
59.7809
,
AUD
37.801
38.557
,
AED
14.5728
14.8643
,
CNY
7.9411
8.0999
,
DKK
7.8602
8.0174
,
DJF
0.2974
0.3033
,
INR
0.6534
0.6665
,
JPY
0.4167
0.425
,
KES
0.4289
0.4375
,
NOK
5.3414
5.4482
,
SAR
14.2641
14.5494
,
ZAR
3.1204
3.1828
,
SEK
5.1669
5.2702
,
SDR
72.658
74.1112

zemen

CAD
39.7533
40.5484
,
EUR
57.8729
59.0304
,
GBP
65.2913
66.5971
,
SEK
5.081
5.1826
,
USD
53.408
54.4762

buna

nib

berhan

wegagen

USD
53.5273
54.5978
,
GBP
62.6662
63.9195
,
EURO
58.516
59.6863
,
CAD
36.2863
37.012
,
AUD
34.2099
34.8941
,
CHF
55.9713
57.0907
,
SEK
4.676
4.7695
,
NOK
4.834
4.9307
,
DKK
7.1135
7.2558
,
DJF
0.2976
0.3035
,
INR
0.6534
0.6665
,
KSH
0.4289
0.4375
,
JPY
0.3771
0.3846
,
SAR
12.909
13.1672
,
AED
13.1884
13.4522
,
ZAR
3.1723
3.2357
,
CNY
7.1867
7.3304
,
KWD
167.5769
170.9284

dgb

USD
53.501
54.571
,
GBP
65.8865
67.2042
,
EUR
58.2412
59.406
,
CHF
58.3945
59.5624
,
CAD
40.1961
41
,
AUD
37.8573
38.6144
,
SEK
5.1332
5.2359
,
NOK
5.377
5.4845
,
DKK
7.8299
7.9865
,
DJF
0.2972
0.3031
,
INR
0.653
0.6661
,
KSH
0.429
0.4376
,
JPY
0.412
0.4202
,
SAR
14.2563
14.5414
,
AED
14.5652
14.8565
,
ZAR
3.0843
3.146
,
CNY
7.9378
8.0966
,
KWD
175.2318
178.7364

enat

USD
53.1422
54.205
,
GBP
62.1342
63.3769
,
CHF
0
0
,
SEK
0
0
,
NOK
0
0
,
DKK
0
0
,
KES
0
0
,
JPY
0
0
,
DJF
0
0
,
CAD
0
0
,
AUD
0
0
,
SAR
0
0
,
AED
0
0
,
ZAR
0
0
,
CNY
0
0

addis

GBP
59.4718
60.6612
,
USD
52.1166
53.1589

nbe

KWD
126.8085
129.34467
,
CNH
5.6258
5.738316
,
ZAR
2.6751
2.728602
,
AED
9.9063
10.104426
,
SDR
57.7908
58.946616
,
EUR
48.4016
49.369632
,
CAD
28.7765
29.35203
,
AUD
28.3265
28.89303
,
JPY
0.3389
0.345678
,
SAR
9.7001
9.894102
,
INR
0.5525
0.56355
,
DJF
0.2234
0.227868
,
KES
0.3664
0.373728
,
DKK
5.8896
6.007392
,
NOK
4.2714
4.356828
,
SEK
4.3114
4.397628
,
CHF
41.5822
42.413844
,
GBP
53.539
54.60978

dashen

USD
53.5171
54.5874
,
GBP
62.9968
64.2567
,
CHF
56.1698
57.2932
,
SEK
4.6855
4.7792
,
NOK
4.8619
4.9591
,
DKK
7.151
7.294
,
JPY
0.3757
0.3832
,
CAD
36.4432
37.1721
,
SAR
12.9051
13.1632
,
AED
13.1859
13.4496
,
EUR
58.7778
59.9534
,
DJF
,
INR
,
KES
,
AUD
,
ZAR
,
CNY
,
AED

oromia

USD
53.3285
54.3951
,
EUR
56.7522
57.8872
,
GBP
64.2235
65.508
,
SAR
14.185
14.4687
,
CHF
57.398
58.546
,
AED
14.5198
14.8102

lion

coop

USD
53.3643
55.4316
,
GBP
64.4321
65.7207

Awash Bank Issues the First Credit Card in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (03 December 2022)

Credit Card in Ethiopia is no longer a fantasy as Awash Bank, one of the country’s largest private banks has declared its launch of Credit Card in Ethiopia.

This move makes it the nation’s first bank to provide this amenity.

 

Awash publicized on November 29, 2022, its intention to become Ethiopia’s foremost bank to issue credit cards services in addition to its card banking services that were previously limited to debit card provision.

The announcement ceremony took place at Skylight hotel in the presence of bank executives, honored guests, and various other stakeholders. Tsehay Shiferaw, CEO of Awash Bank, asserted here that Awash Bank is working harder than ever to keep up with current digital trends and meet the needs of its customers in order to make its services accessible, convenient, and satisfactory.

 

Awash Bank Issues the First Credit Card in Ethiopia
Awash Bank Issues the First Credit Card in Ethiopia
Awash Bank Issues the First Credit Card in Ethiopia
Awash Bank Issues the First Credit Card in Ethiopia

 

A credit card, like a debit card, is issued by a bank or financial services company. In contrast to the latter (which allows payments to be made by deducting funds directly from a consumer’s checking/savings account), the former allows its holders to borrow funds with which to pay for goods and services at shops that accept cards. Essentially, it allows its bearer to use money he/she does not have yet.

 

Credit cards impose the condition that cardholders pay back the borrowed money, plus any applicable interest, as well as any additional agreed-upon charges, either in full by the billing date or over time.

 

According to Shega innovation, Awash aims to extend this line of credit, whose issuance has already begun, to its 9 million clientele, with various products tailored to the specific needs of each customer. Although the bank has been successful in acquiring 3 million debit card holders, a low level of financial literacy and weak economic capacity of consumers can pose challenges to popularizing credit card in Ethiopia.

 

This development comes in the same week that the bank made a historic decision to raise its capital to one billion USD (55 billion birr), which will make it Ethiopia’s most capitalized bank.