ABii National reaches out to customers in Takoradi

ABii National Savings and Loans, a fast emerging financial institution in the country and a subsidiary of the Tobinco Group of Companies is set to open a new branch in the Oil City of Ghana tomorrow 12th March, 2015.

This comes as a strategic move to extend its services to the people of Takoradi, the Western regional capital. According to management of the bank, this move is to consolidate the position of their brand within the typical business areas in the country and ensure that easy banking is made available to all Ghanaian citizens.

ABii National as a financial service has been in operation for less than two years and it is rapidly spreading it tentacles in the saturated financial industry in the country, hoping to take a front line role within the financial market. Currently, the brand has representation in three regions with six branches already opened in Avenor, Mallam Atta, Abossey Okai, Darkuman-kokompe, Kasoa and Adum-Kumasi.

Mr. Albert Kwabena Dwumfour, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Tobinco Group of Companies expressed the company’s sincere gratitude to its cherished customers whose support over the last two years has brought the company this far.

“We are indeed grateful to the almighty God for where he has brought us not only ABii National Savings and Loans but all subsidiaries under the group. We cannot do without expressing our sincere appreciation to our cherished customers whose support and co-operation has brought us this far.”

“I want to assure our customers that management will do anything to make the company number one leading financial institution in the country. We promise to open more branches by the end of this year; we also have a lot of surprises out there for our cherished customers,” he noted.

ABii National aims at becoming the most preferred indigenous bank, partnering with the customers to unlock their financial potential and be seen as the key to easy banking.

The institution has diverse product ranges which cut across all business needs and notable among them are the Asetenapa account, Royal account, Salary advance, Work and pay, Salary loans, Twin accounts and Church account.

It also serves as a point for the collection for various remittance services such as Western Union Money Transfer, RIA, MoneyGram, MTN Mobile Money, Airtel money amongst others.

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