First Atlantic Bank
First Atlantic Bank

The First Atlantic Bank, made stronger by its merger with Energy Commercial Bank, is determined to grow from Ghana into other African markets in the coming years, Mr Odun Odunfa, the Managing Director, has said.

At a Customer Engagement reception to appreciate them for standing with them through the years, Mr Odun said having met the Bank of Ghana’s GHC400 million minimum capital requirement for commercial banks, the Bank was ready to pursue major exploits for the mutual prosperity of stakeholders.

The merger had also provided more branches, ATMS, electronic platforms and technological resources to make their services more accessible to their customers, he said.

“As our new byline is, ‘We are stronger together’, with you, we can achieve much greater things”.

The Bank now has more than 100,000 customers and a branch network of 42 in six regions.

Madam Karen Akiwumi-Tanoh, the Chairperson of the Board of the Bank, expressed her delight at the prospects their new partnership would bring and pledged their resolve to deliver high standards of service and excellent customer care across the country.

She commended the customers for their trust, confidence and loyalty.

The Bank was founded some 20 years ago in Ghana as a merchant bank, but it was transformed into a universal bank in 2011, providing award winning services in trade finance and corporate banking.

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