Rita Rockson walked away with GHS10,000, while the first runner up, Anyamisem Kusi and the second runner up, Naana Nkrumah received an iPhone 7 and a 32inch LED TV respectively, at the monthly draw that was held last Friday at the Stanbic Heights Branch.
Stanbic Bank Ghana has launched a new campaign designed to encourage a habit of savings among Ghanaians. Dubbed “Save to Gain”, it is a national savings campaign intended to improve savings culture, financial inclusion and economic growth and prosperity. The campaign encourages clients and prospective clients to sign up for the Pure Save Account, a high interest savings product.
Stanbic Bank has helped unearth the talents of some budding app developers by sponsoring the second edition of its Hacklab held at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). The three-day event was in line with Stanbic’s commitment to improve innovation in technology and entrepreneurship in Ghana.
The Bank has added new packages such as an educational plan; a hospital cash cover and retrenchment cover to its Executive Banking offerings, in the bid to give customers swifter access to a wide range of products that will enhance their lifestyle.
The post-election outlook remains good for Ghana, having put behind the turbulence of campaigning and cementing its place as true democratic nation on the continent. The Ghanaian economy is well situated to speed up its economic growth and transformation plan.
Wealth preservation, capital growth and succession planning are the three most important factors that high net worth Ghanaians consider when making wealth management and investment decisions, according to the Knight Frank Wealth Report 2017.