The GN Bank and Gold Coast Fund Management branches at North Ridge will open for business Monday, despite the fire outbreak at their premises.
Groupe Nduom, owners of the companies, said “disaster recovery procedures have been activated” hence GN Bank, Gold Coast Fund Management and Amansan Television (ATV) “that were based at the hotel will open for business tomorrow.”
“ATV in particular will begin broadcasting early evening today. Our cherished customers are respectfully requested to go to the old Gold Coast compound right next to the Regency to transact business. GN Bank’s ATM at the Regency is working and available for use.
“All customer funds are safe. All vaults have been recovered intact. Groupe Nduom representatives will be available at the Regency Hotel to answer questions and provide needed information,” a statement signed by Richmond Keelson, of Groupe Nduom Corporate Affairs stated.
The fire outbreak on the compound of the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel Saturday was caused by an air conditioning unit, management of the three-star hotel said in a statement.
The inferno destroyed the studios of Amansan Television (ATV) and four commercial offices of Groupe Nduom which share the same compound with the hotel situated at North Ridge near the headquarters of the Ghana Immigration Service at the Ako Adjei interchange.
Management said the hotel is safe.
“It is important to note that the Regency Hotel and its restaurant, guest rooms and conference facilities are intact and were not touched by the fire,” Keelson said.