International banking group, Standard Chartered, has reinforced its commitment to continue facilitating business and economic growth in Ghana.
Mr Sunil Kaushal, StanChart’s Regional CEO for Africa and the Middle East, speaking during a two-day working visit to Ghana, said for decades the bank had supported Ghana’s economic growth and helped businesses in the country to deliver on their ambitions
During his visit, he 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.
Following a tough year in Ghana’s economy, Mr Kaushal’s visit signals the importance the bank places on each of these partners, the commitment to Ghana and the importance of the country to the Group.
He emphasised this in various interactions with clients of the bank and employees, reiterating the bank’s brand promise of “Here for good”.
The Regional CEO’s visit comes in the wake of the Group Chairman’s trip to Ghana in June, reaffirming the bank’s unwavering presence and commitment to Ghana.
“With a history spanning over 12 decades in the country, Standard Chartered’s contribution to the Ghanaian economy remains immeasurable,” he said.