Abii National opens Tarkwa branch 



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Abii National Savings and Loans, as part of efforts to provide convenient, accessible and comfortable business and banking services to its customers, has opened a new branch at Tarkwa in the Western Region.

The decision to open the new branch was to expand and extend its businesses to other areas to give a platform to farmers, business entities, workers, individuals, churches to enable them enjoy the better packages the bank has for its customers.

Abii National is a Savings and Loans Company founded in 2011 and licensed under the Non-Banking Financial Institutions Law, 2008, (Act 774) to provide financial services to the Ghanaians.

As a financial institution supervised by the Bank of Ghana, it is authorized to take deposits from the general public and institutions, give out loans and offer other financial services like any other bank.

Abii National, however, undertakes clearing, direct foreign transfer and other forms of international trade through their partnering banks.

The financial solutions are anchored on the core values of the company which is integrity, customer focus, service, creativity, and accountability.

The vision of the bank is to be the most desired indigenous bank, partnering with their customers to unlock their financial potential and be seen as the key to excellent banking.

The  event, which was held on Friday, was graced by Chief Executive Officer of the Tobinco Group Of Companies, Elder Samuel Amo Tobbin, Gyasehene of Apinto  Divisional Council, Nana Dr. Adarkwa Bediako II, Managing Director of Abii National, Mr. Joseph Acheampong, Member of Parliament for Tarkwa Nsuaem Constituency Mireku Duker,  Chiefs and other people.

Elder Samuel Amo Tobbin charged Ghanaian workers to be committed and dedicated to their work and refrain from exhibiting bad attitudes that will collapse businesses in the country.

The Gyasehene of Apinto Divisional Council Nana Dr. Adarkwa Bediako II said the bank was opened to make banking services accessible to the people of Tarkwa in order to help unlock any financial potential and improve the standard of living in the municipality.

 

Ghana | Atinkaonline.com | Matthew Dadzie