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Ghana: FBNBank reaffirms dedication to SMEs

In a testament to its unwavering dedication to fostering the country’s economic growth, FBNBank Ghana Limited has initiated a series of fairs specifically designed for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

The FBNBank SME Fair is set to unfold in two distinct editions, with the initial event scheduled to run from December 12th to 16th, 2023, hosted at the Atomic Branch. The second edition will feature simultaneous fairs held at the Dome, Santa Maria, and Tema Hospital branches, spanning from December 19th to 23rd, 2023.

During the inaugural fair’s commencement in Accra, Victor Yaw Asante, the Managing Director of FBNBank Ghana, emphasized the pivotal role of supporting SMEs in both the bank’s growth and the overall development of the country’s economy.

“Supporting and giving opportunities for SMEs to expand their territories will inspire growth, further leading to the creation of employment opportunities,” he noted.

Highlighting its connection to the parent bank, First Bank of Nigeria, he noted that FBNBank draws on over 129 years of experience in effectively engaging with local businesses. He underscored the significant contributions made by the bank to foster the growth of businesses in Africa’s largest economy.

The Managing Director emphasized that FBNBank Ghana is strategically positioned to harness this extensive experience, ensuring substantial benefits for its SME clients in Ghana.

Expressing confidence, he stated that the bank’s dedicated support for SMEs will undoubtedly result in enhanced performance and a notable increase in their contribution to the overall economic landscape.

The bank, through these fairs strategically located at various points, aims to educate SMEs on its customized products and services. These events serve as platforms for businesses to explore and leverage these offerings for sustained growth. Additionally, the fairs are designed to empower SMEs with the requisite knowledge and skills essential for their success.

source:thebftonline

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