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Business News of Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Source: GNA

SG-Ghana pledges more support to aid business growth

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Societe Generale (SG)-Ghana, has pledged to stand with the private sector and give every support to aid its’ growth.

Mr Kwaku Tweneboah-Koduah, the Head of its Retail Banking, said, it is determined to spearhead key reforms and introduce more innovative products to assist businesses of all sizes to optimally operate.

As the bank leads efforts to improve banking services through doorstep banking, foreign exchange and commodity hedging, consumer credit loan and Sika Card, he said, it has made customer care one of its top priorities. SG currently has 39 networked branches, providing retail, corporate and small-scale entrepreneurial clients with dedicated services.

Mr Tweneboah-Koduah, addressing customers during a raffle draw in Kumasi, said they could only expect first class services. The competition dubbed: “The Power of GH¢250 Deposit Promo Raffle Draw,” is a reward to the bank’s loyal customers and a way to encourage them to save.

Under it, customers have to deposit a minimum amount of GH¢250 into their savings account to earn points and stand the chance of winning prizes. The competition is being organized by SG-Ghana with the support of the National Lottery Authority (NLA).

In all, 30 out of the about 2,000 customers who entered for the draw in Kumasi received prizes ranging from digital television sets, washing machines, smart phones, microwave ovens, blenders to electrical kettles.

Mr Tweneboah-Koduah congratulated the award winners, and said the bank would continue to meet the expectations of its customers.

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