To help curb the sanitation challenge confronting the Senior High Technical School for the Deaf at Mampong-Akuapem, in the Eastern region of Ghana, staff of the Transactional Products and Services (TPS) unit of Stanbic Bank Ghana, have officially commissioned an 8-seater toilet facility for the school.
A major benefit and reason why MSMEs should take advantage of digital payments and revitalize their businesses is the inherent security they come with. Payment is made directly into a bank account or wallet. No cash handling risk. It is also cheaper for a sector with minimal margins to use better improved simple, secure and faster tools and means to collect payments or make payments.
Stanbic Bank Ghana has held the first of its 2018 Trade Series at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Accra. The forum brought together businesses and SMEs, representatives from the Ghana Revenue Authority and Ministry of Trade and Industry to dialogue and share knowledge and ideas on the business environment in Ghana and making the best out of it.
The Finance Unit of Stanbic Bank has refurbished an abandoned poultry farm at the Dzorwulu Special School as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility for the year. The project, which is estimated to cost GHS 32,000 covers some carpentry, electrical and masonry work to be done on the farm.
Stanbic Bank Ghana has supported communities in the Tano North Constituency of the Brong Ahafo Region with a donation of GHS 23,000 for the construction of mechanized boreholes. The project, which is an initiative of the Member of Parliament for the Tano North Constituency, Madam Freda Osei Prempeh, who hopes to provide a total of ten mechanized boreholes every year to communities that lack access to potable water in the constituency.
Stanbic Bank Ghana has been named the Best Private Bank in Ghana at the 2017 Global Private Banking Awards held in London. The award is in recognition of Stanbic Bank’s strong value proposition and capabilities in managing the needs of high net-worth clients in Ghana.