GCB Bank’s has expanded Saturday banking services to seven more of its branches across the country.
So far, 28 branches are currently offering Saturday banking in eight Regions of the country after the addition of the new branches.
The new branches now offering Saturday banking services include Abbossey Okai, Kantamanto, Okaishie, Osu Oxford Street, A & C Mall, Ashaiman-Mandela Park in Greater Accra Region, and Cape Coast Coronation Junction in the Central Region.
GCB Bank commenced Saturday banking with 15 branches in 2008 in response to new business opportunities and its desire to improve availability for GCB’s valued and prospective customers.
Explaining its motive in a statement Thursday, the Bank said, "the initiative to further expand and extend Saturday banking services to other areas is in line with GCB Bank’s desire to satisfy customers especially those who are unable to perform their banking transactions on weekdays."
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