Officials of the bank assisting a clergyman to cut officially open the branch
Unicredit Ghana Limited has opened its first branch in Koforidua, the Eastern Regional capital.
The opening of the Koforidua branch brings to 21 the number of branches in five regions of the country.
Speaking to the press in Koforidua after the official opening of the branch, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Samuel Sakyi-Hyde, said the opening of the Koforidua branch formed part of the financial institution’s branch expansion programme which began last year.
Mr. Sakyi-Hyde stated that the new branch will enhance uniCredit’s reach and service delivery to customers in Koforidua and beyond in line with its strategy to help individuals and MSMEs to improve their financial worth.
Mr. Sakyi-Hyde mentioned that the institution was also on course to achieving its set target of operating 25 branches by the end of this year, adding that four more branches would soon be opened in Madina, Techiman, Okaishie and Tamale.
Touching on key developments in the company in the first half of the year, Mr. Sakyi-Hyde said three branches had been rolled out in the first half of the year.
“We have already opened three branches in Accra at Nima, Abossey Okai and Nungua in response to our customers’ demand for additional locations to transact business with us.”
He assured existing and potential customers that uniCredit would continue to build a strong reputation to make it the preferred choice for banking services.
A business desk report