First Atlantic Bank Limited officially opened its new state of the art banking facilities on Tuesday in the Ashaiman municipality, as part of its nationwide branch network expansion.
The latest opening makes a total of 37 branches across the country, and is positioned to meet the needs of people in Ashaiman and its surrounding communities with innovative products.
Launching the branch, the Regent of Ashaiman – Nii Anang Adjor, expressed excitement that the bank extended its network to serve the people of the area – saying they welcome it wholeheartedly.
He is optimistic that customers in the area are going to enjoy convenience and desirable service with satisfaction.
The Executive Director of Business at the bank, Mr. Daniel Marfo, said opening the Ashaiman branch is meant to get closer to their customers and also make banking accessible to them with first-class service delivery.
According to him, the bank sees Ashaiman to be a key market; and therefore First Atlantic Bank continues to deliver on its promise of bringing its unique style of banking to the doorsteps of many people.
“In keeping our promise to deepen our relationship with you, our cherished customers, we are adding the Ashaiman branch to our network of 37 branches which are strategically distributed across the country.
“At First Atlantic Bank, we have set for ourselves the broad objective of creating an institution that is responsive to the needs of our customers and positions our bank as a partner for individuals, businesses and other corporates.
“The bank is a differentiated one, with varied products and service offerings that are delivered by knowledgeable and highly motivated staff devoted to exceeding your expectations at every level of your engagement.”
Mr. Marfo stated that their value proposition remained unchanged and is aimed at identifying customers’ needs and expectations, and providing value-added solutions tailored to those needs.
He said they are excited at opening a branch to serve the good people of Ashaiman and its environs, adding that the bank has partnered with eight international money transfer organisations to serve them better.