First Atlantic Bank To Move Into A Global Bank Out Of Ghana

The top managerial staff and the board of First Atlantic Bank (FAB) are intending to change the bank into a global bank out of Ghana.

Directors, the management and staff renewed their aggregate vow to additionally fortify the position of the bank within Ghana and beyond, so they will have the option to accomplish this transformation.

This arrangement was announced by the Board Chairman of the bank, Mr Amarquaye Armar at the outfit’s ceremony to climax the month-long 25 years’ commemoration celebration of the bank.

During the culmination of the 25th anniversary celebration, all branches across the country held cake-cutting and customer gratefulness services.

The bank honored the founding shareholders just as every single other shareholder, past and current members from the directorate and the board and staff.

As per the Board Chairman, the founders responsibility and aggregate hard work has guided the 25-year growth of this establishment into its present advantageous state; subsequently, they value their commitment that has guaranteed the growth and flexibility of this dynamic bank.

Mr Armar additionally Acknowledged their customers as similarly significant stakeholders, since they have stayed essential to the presence and growth of the bank.

The bank commits itself to inventive conveyance of excellent, refreshingly extraordinary support to meet the customers exceptional and ever-changing financial needs.

Mr Armar announced that following the launch of the silver celebration festivities on August 7, 2020, every one of their branches conducted events to showcase the bank’s corporate social responsibility initiatives that target vulnerable groups of communities it operates in.

He named two lead corporate social responsibilities initiative: a fully-fitted Mother and Child Care Unit at Talensi in the Upper East Region as its contribution towards improved maternal healthcare facilities in Ghana.

Besides the above, the bank will build a six-unit classroom and two-unit office blocks resourced with computers and teaching and learning aides at the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind.

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