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Societe Generale Launches Market Cash Collection Hub

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From Left: Nii Armah Okpa II, Agbogbloshie Mantse, DSP Alexander Teiku, Police Commander for Makola Area, Philippe Dubois, SG Group Head, Naa Afolowaa Gyan – 31st December Women’s Queen Mother and Hakim Ouzzani cutting the tape

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SOCIETE GENERALE Ghana has launched the exciting new Market Cash Collection Hub at Makola market in Accra.

The event, launched recently, was officially out-doored by Philippe Dubois, Group Head of Corporate Markets for Africa, the Mediterranean & Overseas Business Unit as part of his three (3) day tour of the country.

Welcoming the guests and dignitaries to the event, Hakim Ouzzani, Managing Director of Societe Generale Ghana, stated that, “The Market Cash Collection Hub is an example of the Bank’s innovativeness in addressing the specific needs of customers with a solution that ensures convenience and security in depositing their funds.”

Mr. Ouzzani stated that the new Market Cash Collection Hub at the Derby Avenue was the first of its kind and uniquely designed to cater for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs).

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The hub has a full service branch, a dedicated Chinese desk and a YUP Centre. The Chinese desk will leverage on the expertise of the SG Group in managing Chinese business across the globe, to cater to the specific needs of the local Chinese market segment.

The YUP mobile app allows customers to send and receive funds as well as make payments from their mobile phones. The YUP app connects to customers’ accounts directly and allows then to perform transactions anywhere. The availability of agents also ensures that customers can access their funds anywhere.

General Manager, Retail Business, Obed Hoyah, mentioned that the cash collection desk will engage with the market to undertake a face-to-face collection service to solve the many challenges customers have concerning, off-loading cash without taking time of their busy schedules.

“Customers can now conduct their businesses with the full confidence that all the appropriate security arrangements have been put in place to safeguard their funds. In addition, the market cash collection service will ensure that their accounts are credited in real time at the point of collection,” Mr. Hoyah concluded.

Deputy Managing Director of Societe Generale Ghana, Francois Pousse, assured customers of the continued support of the bank toward the realisation of their goals and objectives.


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