|Number of locations||23 branches|
|Key people||Kobby Andah, managing director Ronald Marambii, Deputy managing director|
|Products||Loans, transaction accounts, savings, investments, debit cards|
Which bank in Ghana is good for investment?
Standard Chartered Bank Ghana stands out as a great bank with the best investment account providing clients with attractive interest rates. However, other investment banks in Ghana like Ecobank, Access Bank, Fidelity Bank and others give an excellent investment platform and provide beneficial investment accounts.
Which money does Ghana use?
Which is richest bank in world?
By market capitalization
|Rank||Bank name||hideMarket cap (US$ billion)|
|2||Industrial and Commercial Bank of China||345.214|
|3||Bank of America||325.331|
Is there a Citibank in Ghana?
Citi has been present in Ghana since 2003, as a representative office. With no on-the-ground banking operations, Citi’s offerings in Ghana are limited to some offshore solutions through affiliate Citi institutions.
Do we have first bank in Ghana?
Our History. FBNBank Ghana Limited is a subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, West Africa’s premier bank and Nigeria’s number one bank brand. FBNBank Ghana Limited was formerly International Commercial Bank (ICB) which commenced operations in Ghana in November 1996.
Which bank is reliable?
Best banks and credit unions
|Financial institution||Best for …|
|Ally Bank||Overall, customer service|
|Discover Bank||Overall, cash-back rewards|
|Alliant Credit Union||Overall, ATM availability|
|One Finance||Overall, flexible overdraft options|
How can I grow my money in Ghana?
Here are 5 ways to invest your money in Ghana
- Fixed deposits. Also referred to as term deposits are quite straightforward as they employ the simple interest formula for calculating interest. …
- Mutual Funds. …
- Shares. …
- Treasury Bills. …
How many banks are in Ghana 2020?
The total number of banks currently operating as universal banks in Ghana stands at twenty-three (23). In effect, the number of banks has shrunk by eleven (11), representing a 32% decline from the 34 banks that operated as universal banks prior to the coming into effect of the new minimum capital directive.