#OutstandingBrands2021: Consolidated Bank – Providing you with simple, secure and differentiated banking experience

Photo: Daniel Addo, MD, CBG

Around the globe, the nature of trade is undergoing a profound shift in an increasingly digital and interconnected cyber world. COVID-19 meanwhile continues to teach us that technology is indispensable for our personal and business growth.

The outbreak and impact of the pandemic has caused changes in many aspects of our lives as a people. In its wake, there have been emerging technologies, work shifts, and economic uncertainties. As a bank that seeks to stand with its customers, Consolidated Bank Ghana Ltd (CBG) adjusted and adopted resilience and connectivity. We are hopeful that 2021 will bring positivity and normalcy

As we ride the storm, CBG will continue to provide you our customer with simple, secure and differentiated banking experience. We are once again focusing on digitization and the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

In line with this year’s commitment, we will continue to invest and improve on our systems and increase our capacity to offer customers convenience. We are also offering our SME Clients unique products and services including SME Smart Loan, SME advanced Loan, SME Classic Account, Business Plus Account, Business Current Account, and many more to aid them thrive in the midst of the pandemic.

With our mobile banking short code *924#, customers do not have to worry about walking to branches for transactions. Again, we have a list of customer-centric products and services intended to give our customers financial freedom. We plan to scale-up, engage in strategic partnerships, deepen our existing offerings, and introduce new solutions to provide you with simple, secure and differentiated banking experience.

Consolidated Bank Ghana Limited (CBG) is an Indigenous Ghanaian Universal Bank licensed by Bank of Ghana under the Specialized Deposit – Taking Institutions Act, 2016 (Act 930). The Bank started operations on August 1, 2018. CBG has 114 branches across 13 regions in Ghana.

CBG has a strong balance sheet size of circa GH¢10 billion and has recorded profits over the period since inception.

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