A sod-cutting ceremony has taken place to officially open the new FBN Bank branch at TipToe Lane in Accra. The event was graced by Nii Mantse, Nii Tettey Obloni I, Head of Banking Supervision Department of the Bank of Ghana, as well as key management members of the company.
Chief Executive Officer of FBN Bank Ghana, Victor Yaw Asante, in his address at the function emphasized the bank’s commitment to redefine its operations through innovative tailored products and services to suit customer needs. He also hinted plans to re-engineer and revamp existing branches to ensure they are compliant and robust.
“We do not lose sight of the fact that there should be convenient and comfortable touch points for our clients who occasionally need to physically interact with us to be able to do so at such places as our Tip Toe Lane Agency.
“Our bank has a proud heritage spanning 126 years of excellence. While FBN Bank’s entry to Ghana has been for seven years, we continue to leverage our mother’s unparalleled experience in the industry to offer the very best service to our clients,” he added.
The birth of this additional wing adds to its 21 branches in Ghana. As a means of meeting the growing demands of its customers in the area, which is widely known as a trade hub, the bank has by this development increased accessibility.
FBNBank Ghana as part of its banking strategy to bring financial services closer to customers has continued to leverage new and evolving technologies to facilitate access to everyday financial services. It has recently launched its digital and Mobile banking solutions such as its *894#, Quick Banking, FBN Mobile, Online Banking and the Agent Banking Channel.