Ghanaian tech firm launches financial service app

A tech start up, Beryl, has launched a financial service app geared towards revolutionizing the financial services sector of the country.

The app known as BankHall seeks to alleviate financial illiteracy and the difficulties associated in getting financial information in real time.

The app targets consumers between the ages of 18 and 40 due to their demand for useful financial information.

BankHall resolves the long standing problem of having a one-stop shop or platform where one can easily improve one’s financial literacy, be it information on stocks, foreign exchange, financial terms and other relevant financial news and variables.

The app is built on the following features:
• Today: A summary of all financial news and tidbits
• News:  A varied source of detailed financial news for the consumer
• Market: A tracking system from the Ghana Stock Exchange, Foreign Exchange Convertors, and Market Rates
• Dictionary: A database of frequently used financial terms
• Calculator: An investment calculator

It is flexibly designed to improve the financial literacy of its consumers.

Whether you are a student, teacher, broker, investor, in fact whatever field you find yourself in, BankHall is an app that comes in handy.

The ultimate aim of BankHall is to help you make informed financial decisions.

The app, BankHall can be downloaded at the google play store.

Duke Mensah Opoku/