The bank aims to provide fast and exceptional banking services to its customers through extensive delivery channels and technology.
Speaking at the official programme to launch the bank, Managing Director of the Bank, Mr Oti-Mensah, said the bank was poised to become the number one retail bank in Ghana.
According to him, the bank’s target was to achieve one million customer accounts and three billion deposit portfolio by 2020.
“The bank will continue to invest heavily to develop our intelligent, hardworking and committed employees for quality service delivery,” he said.
In a speech read on his behalf, the Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr. Abdul-Nashiru Issahaku, advised the bank to tread cautiously as they compete with the existing banks.
He urged the bank to play its role very diligently and thoughtfully by embracing good corporate governance.
“Shortcuts to success are very appealing but very dangerous. You must strive to do what you can do best and be very slow to copy what others do if you don’t know how they do it,” he said.
The guest speaker, Chief of Staff, Mr. Julius Debrah, commended the bank for focusing on entrepreneurs which would promote the creation of more jobs.
He congratulated the board and management of the Bank for realising the dream in transforming the savings and loans company into a bank
The Executive Chairman of Jospong Group of Companys and the brain behind the Omnibank, Dr. Joseph Agyepong Siaw, expressed his appreciation to the BoG and other stakeholders for supporting the efforts of the company in its bid to transform into a bank.
He urged the employees of the bank to give off their best as part of their contribution to the development of the banking industry and the growth of the economy of the country.
By Agnes Opoku Sarpong