FBNBank Ghana Limited, a subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria Limited has relaunched its Ring Road Central branch, located opposite Meridian House.
The opening of the ultra-modern Ring Road Central branch forms part of FBNBank Ghana’s strategy to bring financial services closer than ever to its customers.
Speaking at the reopening of the branch, Managing Director of FBN Bank Ghana Victor Yaw Asante, announced the introduction of the bank’s Premium Banking service, which he revealed would be available at the Ring Road Central as well as the Airport and Kaneshie branches.
“FBN Bank Premium Banking is an invitation only banking experience that allows us to provide dedicated service to our discerning High-Value customers who desire a complete range of personalized, differentiated banking products and services designed to provide absolute convenience and relevance to them,” he noted.
Mr Asante also stated that FBNBank Ghana is pursuing a digital agenda, which leverages new and evolving technologies, to facilitate access to everyday financial services for consumers and businesses.
This, he indicated, culminated in the opportunity presented to the bank’s customers to make real time financial transactions using the *894# Quick Banking short code, FBN Mobile, Online Banking and Agent Banking.
Present at the relaunch of the Ring Road Central branch of the bank, was the Second Deputy of the Central Bank, Mrs. Elsie Addo Awadzi, who congratulated the management and staff of the bank.
According to her, FBN Bank since its entry into the Ghanaian banking space in 2013 through the acquisition of International Commercial Bank (ICB), has consistently increased its foothold in the banking industry and also impacted on the economy.
FBN Bank Ghana Limited is a member of First Bank of Nigeria Limited Group and has 21 footprints in Ghana with over 400 staff and offers universal banking services to individuals and businesses.
FBN Bank Ghana Limited was formerly International Commercial Bank (ICB) and has been in the business of banking for 24 years in this country.
FBN Bank Ghana is part of the trade hub that has grown economies for over 125 years across Africa, Europe and China.