uniBank uniBank Ghana Limited, the 13th largest bank in Ghana by total assets, has launched its ?Dream and Drive? promotion to woo new customers.

Participants in the promotion are required to open an account with GH?200 and maintain a minimum average of GH?1, 000 throughout the promotion period. Participants will then be issued with an e-reference number to enter the draw.

Chief Executive Officer of the bank Felix Nyarko-Pong said: ?For every GH?1,000maintained in a customer?s account for 90 days, they automatically qualify to win prizes in two mini-draws and a grand draw.?

The promotion has a 2013 Range Rover Evoque as first prize; a pleasure trip to Dubai for two with US$5,000 spending cash as second prize; and GH?10,000 cash as third prize. There are also over 70 consolation prizes to be won throughout the promotion.

New and existing customers can grow their deposits and build it up to GH?1,000 before the end of the promotion period, qualifying them for the draw. The higher the number of e-references, the higher the chances of winning, the CEO said, adding that there will be one grand draw at the end of the promotion where one lucky customer will drive home the Range Rover Evoque.

Mr. Nyarko-Pong said customers? concerns and needs have been the central focus of all their operations, be it in the area of new products, advisory services and customer care.

?It is our customers who have stood by us and been there to judge our performances in the financial and banking landscape through the prestigious Ghana Banking Award events and other local and international bodies which annually review and assess the performance of banks in Ghana and beyond.?

He said courtesy its cherished customers, uniBank has been the only bank that has been receiving awards yearly in an incremental manner, saying the bank won four awards in 2010, five awards in 2011 and seven awards in 2012.
Following its sterling performance at the end of 2012, uniBank?s profit-after tax went up by 57.5 percent to GH?16.5 million from GH?10.5million in 2011.

The bank?s assets shot up by 58.7 percent to GH?898 million in 2012 from GH?566 million in 2011, while loans and advances increased to GH?599 million in 2012 from GH?386 million in 2011.

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