Accra, September 11th, 2014 – UT Bank wishes to assure its customers and the public that its Airport City branch continues to offer banking services.
The minor fire that occurred at the office this morning was quickly put out. The necessary health and safety checks at the office were undertaken and the premise was declared safe for business by the Ghana National fire service.
There were no injuries, casualties or damage to equipment
“UT Bank’s Mobile Banking van was moved to the Airport City premises as a back up to continue to delight our customers with our prompt services. All our other branches across the country remain open for business” Rami Baitie, Head of Corporate Affairs and Marketing of UT Bank assured.
“The safety and security of our employees, customers and stakeholders are of paramount importance to us and we are committed to ensuring that our day to day operations are undertaken within strict safety and emergency guidelines,” he added.
UT Bank wishes to reiterate its commitment to providing excellent products and services to meet the needs of its customers while ensuring that safety is of paramount importance.
About UT Bank
UT Bank Ghana Limited, commenced business as a finance house in 1997. It evolved from a lending company to a publicly owned Universal Bank, with shares listed and actively traded on the Ghana Stock Exchange. It was awarded Bank of the Year 2011 and Most Respected Company in 2012.
UT Bank has positioned itself as the leading bank in SME banking and seeks to change the face of banking in Ghana through fast, efficient and respectful delivery of service, maintaining its key mandate of providing ‘a loan in less than 48 hours’. It is one of the fastest growing banks in Ghana, providing innovative customer-oriented products with focus on SMEs.
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