First Atlantic Bank has added 3 more branches to its branch network; with Dzorwulu, Ring Road and Takoradi the latest locations to join the Purple Family. 

The official launch of the branches brings to 27 its total branch network across the country. 

Delivering the opening address at the Dzorwulu and Ring Road launches, Board Chairperson of the bank: Mrs Karen Akiwumi-Tanoh stressed on the bank’s commitment to bringing its unique services closer to its customers.

She further stated that “Our (First Atlantic Bank’s) objective is to grow our network God-willing to 31 branches by the end of 2017, and so this year we will see expansion into Kasoa, Techiman, Madina, and Tamale, and an additional outlet in Osu off the Ring Road," 

The launches were graced by a number of dignitaries, notably Community Chiefs, business owners and corporate executives. Mr. Raymond Amanful, Head of Banking Supervision at the Bank of Ghana, who was the Guest of Honour at the event commended the bank for its exploits and advised that it continued to be a beacon for making banking attractive to Ghanaians. 

At the Takoradi launch, the guest of honour, Hon. Dr. Kwaku Afriyie, the Western Regional Minister warmly welcomed the bank to Takoradi and the Western Region as a whole, challenging the bank to work at expanding its services to other towns within the Western Region. He also encouraged the bank to identify certain CSR potentials within the region and help bring development to those areas. 

MD/CEO of First Atlantic Bank, Mr. Odun Odunfa echoed the bank’s principal objective of building a Global Bank out of Ghana – a vision being pursued through the adoption of a culture of service excellence throughout the institution. He reiterated the bank’s strategic intent of increasing its footprints to 31 branches by close of the year.



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