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CBG Opens New Branch with 2.5 Billion Seed Capital in Navrongo

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The Consolidated Bank of Ghana (CBG) has inaugurated a new branch in the Navrongo Municipality with a substantial seed capital of 2.5 billion Ghanaian Cedis. This aims to catalyze economic development and financial inclusion in the region.

The infusion of a substantial seed capital of 2.5 billion Ghanaian Cedis, according to the Deputy Managing Director of Operations at CBG, Thairu Ndungu, reflects the bank’s confidence in the potential of the local economy and its commitment to empowering businesses and individuals in the community.

The DMD of Operations added that the newly inaugurated branch will stand as a testament to the bank’s dedication to providing unparalleled banking experiences, unwavering customer support, and a commitment to pioneering innovative solutions in the ever-evolving financial landscape.

Also speaking at the grand opening ceremony held in Navrongo, Daniel Addo, the Managing Director of CBG, highlighted the institution’s fundamental objectives since its establishment five years ago.

According to him, the primary motive behind the bank’s inception was to provide a differentiated and customer-centric banking experience.

The CBG has consistently strived to prioritize the needs and preferences of its diverse clientele, recognizing the essential role customers play in the success of any financial institution, he added.

Underscoring the bank’s commitment to standing firmly with its customers through thick and thin, the Managing Director articulated CBG’s dedication to building lasting relationships by offering robust financial solutions tailored to the unique circumstances and aspirations of each customer.

This steadfast support, according to Mr. Addo, is integral to the bank’s ethos and contributes to fostering trust and loyalty among its growing customer base.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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