Business News of Wednesday, 20 December 2017
Direct Savings and Loans Limited, an indigenous second-tier banking institution held its Fifth Anniversary Thanksgiving Service at Harvest International Ministries last Saturday.
In keeping with its annual tradition, the company sets aside a day every year to give thanks to God for its continued growth and success, dedicated staff, loyal customers and a peaceful nation.
Marking its fifth anniversary of being in operation, it hosted Dr Michael Boadi Nyamekye of The Maker’s House Chapel International.
The renowned preacher prayed for direct access to greater achievements and milestones for the company and congratulated the staff and management for successfully concluding the year with the event.
Throughout the programme, guests were kept on their feet by soulful praise and worship sessions led by the VGMA Artiste of the Year, Joe Mettle.
The harmonious Angelic Voices of Direct Savings and Loans and the highly acclaimed Harvest Gospel Choir were also on hand to sing to give praises to God.
Direct Savings and Loans commenced operations with a team of three individuals and has seen remarkable growth both in personnel, business and infrastructure over the five years of its existence.
The company attributes its success to hard work, staying focused on providing innovative and personalized solutions to its customers, as well as a continued commitment to excellence.
To demonstrate their commitment to this vision, the Company intends to expand their footprints into new regions of the country over the next few years.