News Articles

  •   Stanbic Bank’s ‘Mobycash’ Wins Global Finance Award for Innovation 31 Jul 2019

    The Global Finance magazine, as part of its top innovators publication for 2019, has recognized Stanbic Bank Ghana’s ‘MobyCash’ as the most innovative digital product in the Cash Management sector. This was announced in a press release by the Global Finance in New York on April 29, 2019.

  •   SBG Marks Mandela Day With La Yahoushua Primary School 23 Jul 2019

    In expanding the reach of the Madiba legacy, especially that of education, Stanbic Bank Ghana joined the pupils of La Yahoushua Primary School to mark their speech and prize-giving day annually held on the birthday of Africa’s anti-apartheid hero, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

  •   Standard Bank to help connect African businesses with Chinese suppliers 19 Jul 2019

    Importers can now have access to goods from suppliers in China as Standard bank contributes to deepening the Ghana-China trade relationship. This is to ease the cash flow of African importers by providing access to financing and control of the importing and logistics process.

  •   Akropong School for the Deaf gets new toilet facility 07 May 2018

    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.

  •   Stanbic Bank holds forum for businesses and SMEs 30 Apr 2018

    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.

  •   Stanbic Bank refurbishes Poultry Farm for Dzorwulu Special School 12 Mar 2018

    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.

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