Business News of Wednesday, 4 May 2016
Source: Insydout Advertising
Man Capital has been adjudged the Best Non-Bank Finance House of the Year at the Business Executive Excellence Awards held at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra, Friday.
Man Capital was selected for the accolade by a committee of experienced entrepreneurs, economists, accomplished corporate strategists and seasoned journalists.
“We are extremely pleased that Man Capital has been honoured with this award. The Non-Bank financial sector in Ghana has grown competitively over the last few years with its attendant declining customer confidence. It is therefore, a source of great pride that despite those challenges, our prudent management has been recognised in this manner” said, Alex Nyanteh, Chief Operating Officer of Man Capital.
“For the past 5 years, Man Capital has been committed to building and fuelling the Capital engine of SMEs, Micro-businesses and our valuable customers in Ghana. We look forward to many more years of affording our customers the opportunity to expand their businesses and experience Man Capital award-winning products and services,” he continued.
Under the theme ‘Recognizing Resilience and Creativity in Business Operations', the financial institution was adjudged the award based on amongst others, their managerial ability to drive the business forward in the current challenging operating environment, tangible evidence of commercial success as well as their strong corporate reputation and public image.
Man Capital has a range of products from SME loans, Micro loans, Personal Loans, Innovative Savings products and also offers Fixed Term Deposit products. Man Capital can also boast of three Branches at Adabraka, Lapaz and Dome. Man capital is also a sister to Man Capital Partners, a Fund Management Company.
Man Capital is also engaged in a number of Corporate Social Responsibility activities by helping the needy in the society in which they operate.
A typical example is their response to a Joy news item on a 16-year-old boy who was a victim to an acid attack by donating GHS 10,000 to assist the Burns Unit in taking care of the young man.