First Atlantic Bank opens 3rd branch in Kumasi

First Atlantic Bank has officially opened for business, its third branch in Adum, a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region to bring swift and tailor-made banking products and services closer to their existing and prospective customers.

The bank which started operations in the year 1999 at Nhyiaeso and Suame hopes to remain a market leader and partner businesses to expand and grow.

First Atlantic Bank is positioning itself to be a conduit for investment flows into the Ghanaian economy.

Officials of the bank say its value propositions are geared towards identifying customer needs and expectations, as well as providing value adding solutions for those needs.

The Executive Director of First Atlantic Bank, Daniel Addo explained that they positioned the bank at the centre of the city to serve their customers who are unable to move between Suame and Nyiaeso.

The bank also launched the Instant Dash Promotion where customers are luckily to win instant prizes anytime they make a deposit of Ghc200 and above.

‘We are given back to our customers, we are not asking you to come and enter a draw and so that at the end of the month or every quarter we do a draw, everybody is a winner,’ Mr. Addo assured.

The new branch which was opened by the Akyempehene, Oheneba Aduse Poku adds up to 19 branches nationwide.

officials of the bank interacting with Akyempehene
officials of the bank interacting with Akyempehene

 

ADUM BRANCH 3

First Atlantic Bank hopes to hit 30 branches by the end of 2016.

By: Ultimate1069.com/Ghana/106.9FM/Patricia Ama Bonsu