International banking group, Standard Chartered has reinforced it’s commitment to continue facilitating business and economic growth in Ghana.
For decades, the Bank has supported Ghana’s economic growth and helped businesses in the country to deliver on their ambitions.
Experts have posited that Ghana’s financial journey cannot be written without Standard Chartered as the Bank’s history is interwoven with the progress made in the country’s economic advancement over the years.
These themes came out of the varied engagements and sessions held during a working visit by the Bank’s Regional CEO for Africa and the Middle East, Sunil Kaushal to Ghana last week.
Throughout his interactions, Sunil highlighted the opportunities across the continent and Standard Chartered’s commitment to be a progressive partner to power the ambitions of the Bank’s clients and the business community.
He noted that Ghana has always been a market with immense growth opportunities, underpinned by the expansion of inclusive financial services and evolving technological infrastructure.
During his two-day stay in Ghana, Sunil met with clients of the Bank and engaged key stakeholders including the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta and the Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Ernest Addison.
Standard Chartered has been in Ghana for over 126 years and was the first commercial Bank in Ghana.