Sekyere Bank wins international award for quality services

Kumasi, March 25, GNA – The Sekyere Rural Bank has been selected for international award for quality services and strong performance, Mr. Joseph Sarfo-Agyei, the Board Chairman, has announced.

It would be picking the Platinum at this year’s International Arch of Europe Award for Quality and Excellence to be held in Frankfurt, Germany.

The presentation ceremony would take place on the 26th and 27th of April.

This is the second time in three years that the bank has been honoured through international recognition, having earlier won gold for quality at a similar event held in Switzerland in year 2012.

Mr. Sarfo-Agyei, who was speaking at the opening of the Dr. Mensah branch of the Bank in Kumasi, said the achievement would only inspire them to work with zeal to meet the expectation of its customers.

They were determined to stick with the best practices to make it a leader in the rural banking industry.

The new branch brings to nine the number of branches it has been operating – Jamasi, Agona, Ntonso, Mamponteng, Ahwiaa, Afrancho, Kronom and Abrepo Junction.

Mr. Michael Nyamesem, Ashanti Regional Manager of the Bank of Ghana (BOG), asked the management to focus on helping to grow businesses.

This, he said, was important to create job openings and wealth for the people.

Mr. George Annor, Regional Manager of the ARB/APEX Bank, encouraged the bank to introduce innovative products to meet the growing needs of customers.

It should again strengthen its internal control systems and reward hard working employees to motivate them to give it their all.

Dr. Kwadwo Obese Antwi, Chief Executive Officer of the Bank, urged the people, especially traders and small-business operators to save with it in order to receive support to expand their economic activities.

Nana Adu Mensah Asare, Amakomhene, applauded the bank for the good job it was doing and advised that it put premium on customer care.


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