CAL Bank opens new East Legon Branch

As part of CAL Bank’s strategic plans to improve its brand visibility and expand its distribution channels, the Bank has opened a new ultra modern branch at East Legon in Accra. The first new outlet for 2015, this increases the number of CAL Bank branches to 22.

The Bank is therefore on course to meet its strategic target of 30 branches by the end of 2015.

On Tuesday, February 24 th , 2015, the East Legon branch was dedicated and officially opened. In attendance were current and potential clients as well as staff of the Bank.

Reverend Father Francis Oteng-Bawuah of the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, officiated the prayer dedication and urged the Bank to continually pray and ask for God’s divine favour and blessings for the Branch and the Bank as a whole.

Speaking at the launch, the CEO of CAL Bank, Mr. Frank B. Adu Jnr. said that, “I am proud to open this new branch. Over the last three years, we have been implementing our strategic plan which includes providing enhanced service to the retail market. This branch expansion drive, together with other innovative electronic service solutions, are aimed at ensuring our customers enjoy convenience in their banking.”

On adding value to customers Mr. Frank B. Adu Jnr. added: “Delivering premium, desirable services to our customers is at the heart of our success. I look forward to enhancing our customers’ satisfaction with our state-of-the-art modern banking facilities in this new Branch.”

The Head of Retail Business Banking Department, Mr. Samuel Ntow-Affum, mentioned that the Bank has put the right structures in place to cater for individual and corporate clients in and around the East Legon business hub. He further stressed the fact that, the Bank will continue to develop innovative customized products and services, tailored to suit the needs of its prospective and existing customers.

CAL Bank’s East Legon Branch which is situated on plot 214, Lagos Avenue, will provide and meet all individual and corporate banking needs. Customers will also enjoy a wide array of banking services, electronic banking solutions, money transfer services and many more.

CAL Bank, which commenced operations in July 1990, is a universal bank with operations in Ghana. With its highly skilled professional and motivated staff, the Bank plays an important role in the Ghanaian financial sector by providing wholesale banking services to corporate clients with sound financial bases and competent management.

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