The Managing Director (MD) of Ghana Post Company Limited, Bice Osei Kuffour, paid a courtesy call on Fidelity Bank’s MD, Julian Opuni to strengthen their business partnership and discuss ways of deepening financial inclusion in Ghana.
The two organisations, at the end of the meeting, agreed to roll out an additional 33 Fidelity Agent Points at key Ghana Post outlets located across the country.
The public-private partnership between Fidelity Bank and Ghana Post has made it possible for customers of Fidelity Bank and the general public to access banking transactions through Fidelity Agent Points at various Ghana Post outlets located across Ghana.
With this partnership, customers are able to engage in banking transactions such as account opening, cash withdrawals, cash deposits, balance enquiries, mini statements, cardless transactions, funds transfers, utility bill payments, and airtime top-ups at these Ghana Post outlets.
Julian Opuni, who warmly welcomed the Ghana Post MD and his team, used the opportunity to express gratitude to Ghana Post for coming on board to ensure that the goal of their partnership to support the government’s financial inclusion drive is achieved.
He explained that since its inception “This partnership has contributed to easy access to our products and services as customers and non-customers alike are able to conveniently perform banking transactions at Ghana Post locations without the need to travel to a fully-fledged banking hall.”
Julian expressed confidence that in the coming years this partnership will be expanded to cover all of the Ghana Post outlets in the country and enhance the services provided at these outlets.
Speaking at the meeting, Mr Bice Osei Kuffour expressed how elated he was about this strategic partnership with Fidelity Bank.
He confirmed that Ghana Post is fully committed to supporting the growth of the partnership for the continued delivery of quality service to all stakeholders.
He also commended Fidelity Bank for this initiative, noting that it will create employment for a lot of Ghanaians.
He further encouraged the general public to take advantage of the convenience of banking at designated Ghana Post offices.
Fidelity Bank’s partnership with Ghana Post which dates as far back as 2010, forms part of Fidelity’s “Together We’re More” brand promise that views success as a collaborative effort among key stakeholders working together towards a greater good.
In this instance, Fidelity Bank has proven that by partnering with Ghana Post, it is making banking services easily accessible and convenient for the Ghanaian populace.
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