Odotobri Rural Bank Limited at
Jacobu in the Ashanti Region has been adjudged the 2017 Rural Bank of the Year by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana (CIMG) .
The bank was selected out of the 140 rural banks in the country which were assessed in that highly competitive award category.
This is the third time the bank has won the award. Odotobri Rural Bank won the maiden edition of the same award when the rural banking category was included in the award scheme in 2012.
The award scheme which sought to acknowledge individuals and organisations for their marketing excellence and innovation attracted a number of companies and corporate institutions.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Bank, Mr Siaka Baba Ahmed, said the bank through its award had proven beyond all possible doubt that it was gunning to become an accomplished giant in unit banking; a feat which has scored the bank more points in that award category.
He said the bank’s effort to provide convenience to its clientele through the provision of ATM and other e-services was resonating with customers who clamour daily for the bank’s services.
Mr Ahmed said this has
He said the bank was also on record to have used peer review information to better its lot
“Odotobri Rural Bank has shown a steady growth in share of
Earlier after the receiving the award, Mr Ahmed said he was grateful to the board and his management team and the entire staff for their unique individual roles which had made the bank win that prestigious award for the third time.
He finally dedicated the award to the bank’s cherished customers as well as all relevant stakeholders, saying: “Their loyalty with the bank has brought us to this current enviable position.” — GB