This he said would make banking convenient for its customers.


“We will continue to invest in digital technology to make your banking experience quicker, more convenient and safer,” he said.

He also stated that, “This New Year, we remain focused on our commitment to be ‘here for good’. We will put both capital and our risk management expertise behind you, your ideas and aspirations.”

“It is our wish that in 2016, you will give us a chance to be part of your personal and business growth in a very significant way,” Mr Bedu-Addo stated.

He thanked his colleagues for choosing to bank with Standard Chartered.

“We know and appreciate very much that you have a choice on whom to bank with, and that is what makes it so special to be given the privilege to be of service to you,” he said and added that 2015 is on record as one of the most challenging years with volatility on global commodities and currency markets as well as the macroeconomic headwinds in Ghana taking its toll on their clients and customers.

“In November 2015, the Standard Chartered Ghana Education Endowment Fund offered financial support to 31 brilliant but needy students in five public universities across Ghana.” he said.

It is on record that Standard Chartered is the best digital bank in Ghana for five consecutive years. the bank has been adjudged by the Global Finance Awards with these awards.



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