First Atlantic Bank opens two branches

First Atlantic Bank (FAB) Limited has opened two new branches at Kasoa in the Central Region and Madina in Accra to bring banking services to the doorstep of customers.
The move forms part of the efforts to establish the footprint of the bank in the nook and cranny of the country and brings the bank’s branches to 28.

Speaking at the opening ceremony here on Tuesday, the Board Chairman, Mrs. Karen Akiwumi-Tanoh said plans were far advanced to establish two more branches in Techiman and Tamale in the Brong-Ahafo and Northern Regions respectively.
She said the objective of the management and board of the bank was to grow the network of the bank to 31 by the end of the year.

“Five years ago in 2012, we could boast only of seven branches but today we can boast of 28 branches,” she said.

Mrs. Tandoh said the bank was moving from the traditional markets of Accra and Kumasi to other regions, saying by Thursday a new branch would be established in Techiman to bring the number to 29 and a new branch in Tamale by the third quarter of September this year.

The board chairman said the bank would continue to deliver on its promise of delivering exceptional banking services to customers.

The Executive Director of Business of FAB, Daniel Marfo said the bank had differentiated and varied products to meet the needs of the diverse customers.
“We offer a bouquet of six different products aimed at providing options to meet the needs of all our customers,” he said.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of FAB, OdunOdunfa said the establishment of the Kasoa and Madina branches would bring relief to traders and manufacturing companies in those areas.

He said the bank was ready to provide capital to business owners to expand.
Mr. Odunfa pledged that the staff would continue to deliver on the ‘purple pledge’ of the bank in providing exceptional banking services to the convenience and delight of customers.

From Kingsley Asare, Kasoa

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