The Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG) Limited has opened its new branch at Abossey Okai in Accra to give residents and business owners a seamless banking experience.
The Managing Director of CBG, Daniel Wilson Addo, said the initiative is part of the bank’s objective to draw closer to its customers in one of the capital’s busy business hub.
“The move is part of our efforts to ensure wider financial inclusion and efficiency of operations in fulfilment of CBGs promise to stand with customers,” he said at the opening of the new branch.
He added, “CBG is continually working to offer convenient banking solutions and easy access to the bank’s products and services.”
Mr Addo promised the Abossey Okai customers they are going to be served with simple, secure and different banking worth their experience.
The CBG MD said the launch of Labone, Korle Bu, Asafo and Alabar branches over the last six months demonstrates the bank’s commitment to stand with its customers.
CBG is the third largest bank in Ghana with 114 branches operational across the regions of Ghana. In less than a year, CBG has impressively moved from a negative position to post profits in the half-year business report.