FBNBank Ghana Limited (FBNBank) has announced a new partnership with Unity Link Financial Services for instant money transfers to all FBNBank Ghana accounts in a fast and secure way. This forms part of the bank’s commitment to improve virtual payment and money transfer services in the country and the global financial space.

Country Head, Technology & Services of FBNBank Ghana, Rachel Adeshina said the bank’s introduction of the Unity Link money transfer service is based on its proposition to always put customers first by ensuring that its products and services are tailored to meet their needs and aspirations.

Mrs. Adeshina also stated that, FBNBank Ghana rolled out the Unity Link money transfer services to leverage the wide e-platform capabilities it offers to further ease the money transfer process for their numerous customers that constantly seek new and easier payment options.

The Unity Link money transfer service allows customers to receive their remittances directly into their accounts with the bank. With the introduction of the service, FBNBank Ghana now provides money transfer services for a total of seven operators such as Western Union, MoneyGram, Ria, Sigue, TransFast, and Wari. Non-customers of the bank can also pick up their Unity Link remittances from any branch of the bank.

Unity Link is a non-bank financial institution authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and registered with the HMRC in the UK and by regulators in other European countries to provide money transfer and other related business services.

About FBNBank Ghana Limited                

FBNBank Ghana emerges from an enviably rich heritage and banking tradition, which has shaped its business to become the leader across several markets in Africa and beyond. Our parent bank, First Bank of Nigeria Limited has built and nurtured the FBNBank brand with a strong heritage of time-tested values of trust and excellence, backed by innovation over a period of 126 years. FBNBank Ghana Limited, formerly International Commercial Bank (ICB) has been in the business of banking for 24 years in this country. FBNBank has 21 branches and agencies in Ghana, employing over 400 Ghanaians and providing indirect employment for its numerous Ghanaian service provider companies.

May 15th, 2020
Posted In: 2020 Press Releases

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