Stanbic Bank Ghana was established in 1999. Since 2007, we have expanded our branch network to nine out of the ten regions in the country to support our clients’ needs. We are licensed by the Central Bank of Ghana.
Stanbic Bank Ghana provides a full range of consumer, business, and corporate and investment banking services to clients who require a local banking partner with international reach. We are a Tier One bank and the third largest bank in terms of share of industry operating assets (PWC 2014).
We service the evolving needs of local and international clients, delivered by over 1 500 employees at 36 branches, along with 60 ATMs and our advanced online banking services. Through our growing branch network, we increasingly provide personal and business banking services to the local consumer market. Our wealth unit services the needs of high net worth individuals and provides quality banking services to corporate leaders and professionals.
Our Corporate and Investment Banking team combines an in-depth understanding of local market conditions and drivers with Standard Bank's experience in emerging markets to develop client-focused solutions, customised to each client's unique requirements.
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Standard Bank has specific sector expertise in industries relevant to Africa with strong value propositions in the mining and metals, oil and gas, power and infrastructure, telecommunications and media, consumer, and financial institutions sectors.
In Ghana, we are a leading provider of commodity-related financial services. We service the needs of clients in Ghana's fast-growing oil and gas, metals and mining (especially gold), and real estate sectors. We are also active in agribusiness (especially cocoa and timber), telecommunications, retail, and power and infrastructure.
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Standard Bank is a leading African financial services group with universal banking capabilities. We operate in 20 countries in Africa, including South Africa, as well as in other key markets globally.
We know Africa. As a connected, real economy bank, our insight and experience enables us to unlock opportunities and mitigate risk for our broad range of clients. Our differentiator is our long-term commitment to Africa, our home, underpinned by a heritage of more than 150 years on the continent.
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.
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