Energy Bank opens Oxford Street branch

Osu 5Energy Bank Ghana in its quest to send banking to the door steps of consumers has opened its Oxford Street branch in Accra.

The move is in line with its strategic drive of repositioning the bank as a vibrant commercial bank with vitality, energy and strength.

A statement issued by the bank in Accra said the branch would provide timely financial and customer centric services to consumers.

“The bank also seeks to deepen the financial inclusion agenda by roping in more entrepreneurs and SMEs to help them grow their businesses, provide advisory services, as well as the financial lifestyle of other individuals,” the statement said.

The Oxford Street Branch offers Energy Bank’s full range of personal and business banking products including flexible and attractive savings and current account options, bills payment services  including ECG, e-banking, card services including VISA as well as domestic and international money transfer through Western Union, RIA and sigue.

Commenting on the opening of the new branch, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Energy Bank, Christiana Olaoye said the branch provides accessibility to existing and prospective customers in a conducive environment.

She emphasised that “Our presence within this busy commercial area demonstrates our unflinching commitment to play a meaningful role in Ghana’s development. We see ourselves as major contributors and are supporting businesses to access banking services without having to move long distances.”

Energy Bank presently has 12 branches in four regions of the country and still expanding.

Its vision is to build a strong bank based on the timeless principles of loyalty and customer services.

By Times Reporter

 

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