The Executive Director of Enterprise Life, Mr C.C. Bruce (Jnr), has attributed the company‘s continued growth and status as the third best company in the country to strong urge to continue to improve its performance.
President John Mahama has on the advice of the Board of Directors of the Savanna Accelerated Development Authority (SADA), appointed the Authority’s Chief Technical Advisor, Dr. Charles Jebuni, as acting Chief Executive pending the appointment of a substantive head.
An 18-member delegation from the Izmir Chamber of Commerce, Turkey has visited the country to explore trade and investment opportunities, as well as seek strategic partnerships with their Ghanaian counterparts.
Barely a month after being named the “Top Emerging Brand” in the banking industry by Premier Brands, Access Bank (Ghana) has again been recognised for its consistent growth, excellent customer service and impressive financial performance by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).
UT Bank and Amethis Finance, a Paris based Equity firm on Thursday signed a US10 million loan agreement to support UT Bank’s capital base to help it boost its lending to the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) sector.
First Capital Plus (FCP), an indigenous savings and loans company, has been ranked the 10th best performing company at the Ghana Club 100 Awards organised by the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).
Energy management company, Schneider Electric has introduced a new range of circuit breakers - electrical devices that provide circuit protection in monitoring and controlling power overloads – onto the Ghanaian market.
The Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Nii Lante Vanderpuye, has challenged international insurance experts to address the thorny issue as to why few people in the sub-region and in Ghana fully appreciate the importance of insurance.
The Ministry of Transport has halted the proposed reconstruction of the Western Railway Line following the government's inability, about two years ago, to access the portion of the US$3 billion loan from the Chinese Development Bank (CDB) meant for the project.
But for the generosity of the late Mrs Efua Sarpong, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the DANADAMS Group of Companies Dr Yaw Adu Gyamfi would have easily joined the league of brilliant needy school dropouts in the system.
Government earnings from oil for the first eight months of the year have risen above the end-year target while that of cocoa and gold have slumped, further intensifying fears that the country is inching closer to the much dreaded Dutch Disease.