Malawi Savings Bank

Malawi Savings Bank

Malawi Savings Bank (MSB), is a a commercial bank in Malawi. It is one of the eleven (11) commercial banks licensed by the Reserve Bank of Malawi, the national banking regulator.[1] The bank is 100% owned by the Government of Malawi.

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