Accra, January 09, 2021 – FBNBank Ghana has today announced the commencement of activities marking the celebration of its 25th anniversary in the country. This was made known by the Managing Director of the Bank, Victor Yaw Asante after a walk which covered three routes in Accra and one route in Kumasi covering a total of 28km with participants including staff, customers and clients.
Speaking after the walk in Accra, Mr. Asante said that “over the past 25 years, the Bank has consistently built relationships with customers, clients, staff and other stakeholders, focusing on the fundamentals of good corporate governance, strong liquidity, excellent risk management and exemplary leadership. He added that in all its dealings, the Bank’s primary focus had been on these stakeholders; a position which emanates from its brand promise of ‘putting you first.’
Mr. Asante added that over these years, the Bank has nurtured these relationships in order to deepen its engagement with stakeholders and to be able to contribute more significantly to the country’s development.
Activities lined up to celebrate the Bank’s milestone anniversary include a thought leadership forum to discuss and find solutions to pertinent socio-economic issues, customer and client engagement sessions and corporate responsibility and sustainability initiatives targeted at the deprived and needy in the communities. In all, it will be an opportunity for the Bank to reassert its presence on the market building on the momentum generated in its business over the past years. Staff of the Bank are also gearing up for a host of internal activities which would across board enable them to live the Bank’s values.
About FBNBank Ghana Limited
FBNBank Ghana Limited is a member of the First Bank of Nigeria Limited Group. The Bank has 20 branches and 2 agencies in Ghana with almost 500 staff and offers universal banking services to individuals and businesses. FBNBank Ghana Limited has been in the business of banking for 25 years in Ghana and is part of the trade hub that has grown economies for over 126 years across Africa, Europe and China.