Republic Bank to facilitate trade  between Ghana, other countries —  MD
• Benjamin Dzoboku — MD, Republic Bank (Ghana) PLC

Republic Bank to facilitate trade between Ghana, other countries — MD

The Managing Director (MD) of Republic Bank (Ghana) PLC, Benjamin Dzoboku, has said the bank is positioned to facilitate trade between Ghana and other countries of the world.

Referencing the partnership between the bank and the Trinidad and Tobago Manufacturers’ Association (TTMA), he also highlighted the bank’s pivotal role as a financial conduit, set to facilitate seamless trade between Ghana and Trinidad and Tobago. 

Republic Bank (Ghana) PLC, a leading financial institution in Ghana, partnered the TTMA to organise a trade mission to Ghana to bolster international trade relations between the two countries. The week-long event brought together businesses in Ghana and their counterparts in Trinidad and Tobago. 

The discussions were centred on the theme: ‘Doing Business in Ghana’ and were addressed by distinguished speakers from both countries.

Fostering trade, investment

Mr Dzoboku said that Republic Bank (Ghana) PLC’s collaboration with the TTMA and its partnerships with Ghanaian counterparts symbolised a significant step towards future trade and investment which would benefit the economies and people of the two countries. 

“With our deep understanding of the local market dynamics, regulatory landscape and cultural nuances, we are here to guide you through every step of your investment journey. 

“Our team is dedicated to providing tailored financial solutions, insights and the necessary support to ensure your ventures take root and flourish on Ghanaian soil,” Mr Dzoboku added.

The Minister for Trade, Trinidad and Tobago, Paula Goopee-Scoon, expressed her country’s commitment to developing and strengthening the frameworks necessary to encourage trade and investment between the Caribbean and Ghana. 

“We, therefore, hope that this mission will truly pave the way for increased business-to-business engagements between our two regions,” she said, adding that her mission was thrilled to be in Ghana to explore the investment opportunities for the mutual benefits of their shared industries through the B2B sessions of the mission’s itinerary.

The Head of Risk Management, Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), Customs Division, Lemmy Kwawu, elaborated on customs regulation, while the Inspectorate Director from the Ghana Standards Authority, Jessica Nkansah, also spoke on the importance of maintaining high-quality standards in goods and services entering the Ghanaian market. 

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