Commercial Banks

Fidelity Bank, MDF West Africa train SMEs on how to navigate international trade amid COVID-19

Fidelity Bank Ghana in partnership with MDF West Africa has initiated a trade roadshow focused on training Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). The various subject matters covered included international trade payment methods and their associated risks; opportunities available in the international trade business, and understanding the Integrated Customs Management …

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Absa Bank employees support digital literacy in two basic schools

The Corporate and Investment Banking Team at Absa Bank Ghana has donated 100 set of desktop computers and accessories to the Kressner Children’s Home School in Amasaman and the St. Anthony Catholic School in Tantra Hill. The project which cost GHs70,000 to refurbish and provide desktop computers to the two …

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Asantehene commends Board and Management of ADB

The Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu 11 has commended the Board and Management of the Agricultural Development Bank for refocusing on its core mandate of Agricultural financing. He said ADB which was purposefully established to lend for the growth of the Agricultural sector had for some years redirected its focus to …

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UMB appoints Nii Amankra Tetteh as Executive Director of Business

Universal Merchant Bank (UMB) has appointed Nii Amankra Kwashie Tetteh as its Executive Director, Business. He will be responsible for leading the growth agenda for the business lines of the Bank. “Nii Amankra is a proven leader in the banking industry with a deep, diverse and impactful career track spanning …

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CBG’s ambitious resolve to revolutionize SME banking

Banks play a pivotal role in the success of every economy but in economies such as Ghana’s, it is particularly banks that understand and prioritize Micro, Small, and Medium-scale Enterprises (MSMEs) that will be the champions of all time. Through their tactful patience and tailored approaches to SME financing, such …

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