Barclays Bank’s contribution to the evolvement and development of corporate Ghana the last 100 years has been phenomenal, some of its customers told the Ghana News Agency in Ho.
The Bank treated customers to a surprise birth-day cake cutting and refreshment in Ho on Tuesday to mark its 100 years in Ghana.
Then Barclays Bank, Dominions and Colonies Overseas (D.C.O) the Bank came to the shores of the then Gold Coast on 14 September, 1917.
In a brief sermon, Pastor Joy Dake-Abrahams, Hall of Strength, Ho, exhorted Ghanaians to approach nation building with the business-like spirit and commitment, values Barclays Bank has been noted for over the years.
He said every citizen must be a biblical Joseph, wherever he or she has been given the opportunity to serve the nation.
“Let everybody have the Joseph touch so that whatever he or she does will be good”, he said.
He challenged Christians to be exemplary in their workplaces and reflect the values of their faith.
Mr Godson Dogbey, Ho Branch Manager of the Bank said the Bank shared its successes with its numerous customers with a pledge to continue to find ways to roll out new and better services in the years to come.
He said some services customers could consider included Business Account, which entitled its holders to at least 100,000 Ghana Cedis after six months without any security or collateral.
Customers could also operate Target Account of at least 10.00 Ghana cedis with attractive interest.
Other services include a Motor Insurance, where except for theft and fire, no Police report would be required for Policy holders to make claims.