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CBG expands branch network to 5 locations

 Consolidated Bank Ghana Ltd (CBG), in the quest to make significant strides towards extending its reach and providing accessible banking services to Ghanaians, has opened five new branches in Hohoe, Nkawkaw, Berekum, Navrongo, and Winneba, strategically position­ing itself to cater to the banking needs of these vibrant towns and surrounding communities.

The expansion of CBG’s branch network across these five locations reflects the bank’s commitment to financial inclusion and its vision to make banking services easily accessi­ble to all Ghanaians.

Mr Daniel Addo expressed his en­thusiasm about the branch opening, emphasising that CBG was estab­lished with three main objectives: “One is to provide differentiated banking experience to our customers, the other is to continue to stand with our customers, the third is to thrive to be at the forefront of innovation in banking.”

Mr Addo reaffirmed CBG’s commitment to providing excep­tional banking services to customers, especially to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that form the backbone of the Ghanaian economy.

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He added that the management and staff of CBG were passionate and dedicated to delivering a unique banking experience to customers in the communities served and assured Ghanaians that services at the new branches would even be better.

The new CBG branches will offer a wide range of services, including personal and business accounts, loans, foreign exchange transac­tions, digital banking solutions, and advisory services specially designed to cater to the unique needs of the communities.

In line with CBG’s commitment to financial literacy and community de­velopment, each branch will prioritise customer education initiatives aimed at empowering individuals and small businesses with the necessary finan­cial knowledge to make informed decisions.

With the opening of the five new branches in Hohoe, Nkawkaw, Berekum, Navrongo, and Winneba, CBG continues its mission to expand its presence and deliver accessible banking services

 BY TIMES REPORTER

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