A member of the Council of State has said that no government is interested in destroying any business especially home-grown businesses.
Dr Nii Kotei Dzani said the interest of every government is how to support indigenous businesses to help them grow and compete with businesses everywhere.
Speaking at the second edition of the Ideal Investor’s Forum held at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Accra last Thursday, the Groupe President commenting on the happenings in the finance sector said the sector has been in crisis over the last five years.
Though he admitted that the recent happenings in the financial sector are of worry to investors and businesses across the country, he assured them that these decisions by government will go a long way to improve the financial sector.
He urged investors to have faith in the financial sector since the current happenings in the sector posses no cause for alarm.
“You should know that government’s focus is how to grow every sector of the economy, especially the finance and banking sector.
“It is true that businesses are not happy with governments new directives but these decisions and policies by government will improve the financial sector and the economy as a whole,” he said.
He reassured investors about the growth of Ideal Finance Ltd, which he said is focused on growing to serve the increasing needs of investors.
“At Groupe Ideal, we ensure that our systems are robust and resilient…we are committed to meeting your every need.
“Government policies keep us on our toes and reminds us of the opportunity to grow and no more. For us, we are focused on marching forward to growth,” he added.
The Investor’s Forum which brought together clients, management and staff of the finance house, was hosted by Ideal Finance to serve as a platform to highlight the organizations financials over the years.
It is also a platform to inform customers about new investment products and answer questions about happenings in the finance sector as a whole.
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