The financial environment of Ghana today looks quite encouraging and investment friendly. Ghana has a fairly elaborate financial industry, which has now undergone re-structuring to encourage greater financial intermediation.

The Central Bank, the Bank of Ghana, has the autonomy and responsibility of managing the country’s monetary policy. It also advises the government on the implementation of monetary policies. It also regulates and supervises the banking and financial sector with a view to enhancing the enforcement of prudential rules.

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Source: ghana.gov.gh

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