Group picture of staff and winner
Group picture of staff and winner

The Universal Merchant Bank (UMB) has presented the grand prizes for its ?New You Promotion? to two lucky winners.

Group picture of staff and winner
Group picture of staff and winner

Over the course of the promotion, 30 lucky winners went away with Samsung Galaxy Tabs while the first and second prize winners went home with GH? 100,000 and a Hyundai iX35 respectively.

The grand prize of GH?100,000 went to Joseph Boateng, a customer of the Bibiani branch of UMB while the second prize of a Hyundai iX35 went to Charity Enyonam Attifu, a customer of the Tarkwa branch.

Mr Boateng expressed his profound appreciation to the bank for its commitment to put the interests of its customers first.

He commended the bank for keeping its word and conducting the promotion in a transparent manner.

As part of the promotion, UMB made a monetary donation to the Citi Opportunity Project on Education (COPE), a charity in connection with the Citi FM Foundation that supports needy but brilliant tertiary and high school students.

Ms Jessica Opare-Saforo, Programmes Manager of Citi FM, expressed gratitude to UMB for the gesture and said the money would significantly strengthen the capacity of COPE to continue assisting students in Ghana.

Mr Lawrence Appiah-Baiden, Director of Retail Banking of UMB, said the promotion was a manifestation of UMB?s commitment to always put the interests of its customers first.

He said it was also to position the bank as a partner in achieving the aspirations of its customers.

Mr Appiah-Baiden said in view of the above, the bank had recently opened two branches; one in East Legon on the Lagos Avenue and the second in Nungua, inside the Junction Mall.

?UMB will be opening two more branches in the next few weeks in Osu and on the Spintex Road,? he said.

He encouraged customers to look forward to many more exciting and innovative initiatives from UMB in 2015.

GNA

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