Wed, Oct

NIB opens branch in yendi

Mr John Kweku Asamoah (MD/CEO) being assisted by Zohi Naa, Salifu Mahmud, a representative of the Overlord of the Dagbon Traditional Area, to cut the tape to open the branch

The National Investment Bank (NIB) has opened a branch at Yendi in the Northern Region. This brings the total number of NIB branches in the country to 44. 

The new branch is also the 5th branch to be opened in the region. 

Speaking at the opening ceremony the MD/CEO of NIB Mr John Kweku Asamoah, reiterated that NIB, was poised to serve its numerous customers across the length and breadth of the country. That, he said, was being done through branch expansion in all the regions in Ghana. 

Mr Asamoah hinted that the Suame branch in Ashanti Region would be opened by the end of August this year. 

He added that the bank was prospecting for branch locations in areas such as Korle-Bu, Dzorwulo, Mankessim, Haatso in the Greater Accre region and Aflao in the Volta region. He also noted that the bank was looking to open another within the University of Ghana Medical School. 

According to him, the bank intended to relocate the Techiman and Dansoman branches in the course of the year to create more space and convenience for customers.  

Mr Asamoah assured customers that, NIB had a robust ICT facilities which would enable customers to access banking services in all regions and towns where NIB had a presence. 

He also announced the bank’s intention to set up a contact centre for easy access to customers to ensure effective complaints management. 

He has, therefore, challenged the public to bank with NIB because it had the track record which it amply demonstrated over the years of serving the needs of industry and commerce.

The Deputy Northern Regional Minister, Alhaji A.B.A. Fuseini, urged the public to patronise the services of NIB; “NIB is a public bank hence the safety of customers money is assured”. 

Alhaji Fuseini urged NIB to consider farmers in its loan offerings in the area since most of the people were farmers. That, he said would help boost economic activities in the area and the country as well.