In line with its transformation and rebranding programme, GCB Bank Limited has commissioned its Weija branch in the Ga South Municipality to offer banking and financial services to residents in the area.
The new branch is the fourth to be opened, within the past six months, together with Haatso, Amasaman and Adjiriganor branches.
Launching it, Socrates Affram, Chief Finance Officer of the bank, declared the GCB’s intention to commission three more branches before the end of the year, to offer financial services to people and businesses, necessary to accelerate growth in the communities.
“The opening of branches in suburbs form part of our efforts to accelerate the growth of businesses in communities across the country,” he said.
According to Mr. Affram, the establishment of the branch was in recognition of the key role communities in the municiality play in the economy, promising that the branch would roll out a number of products and services to meet the banking and financial needs of both the people and businesses.
He said GCB Bank, through its 159 branches across the country, was committed to partnering with businesses and people to move the nation towards a secure and practical cash-lite society.
Mark Nettle- Nunoo, manager of the new branch, pledged his outfit’s preparedness to offer superior and modern banking experience to customers, adding that the branch was poised to provide personal and banking needs of the municipality.
He urged residents to take advantage of services including 24-hour personal loan, electronic banking and, corporate and SME banking to improve their lives and businesses.
By Claude Nyarko Adams