11 years ago, three bankers from Zenith Bank; Selasie Woanyah, Mathew Lawer Teye and Samuel Yallow, passionately started building the DCI Microfinance to provide premier financial services to customers and break boundaries with the culture of excellence and customer satisfaction. Today, DCI is living up to its mission while marking its 11th milestone.
Now the leading microfinance company in the country, DCI has survived the shocks that saw the collapse and revocation of the licenses of 347 microfinance institutions.
With its head office in Asylum Down and branches in Tema and Abossey Okai, DCI has developed innovative ways to reach clients with its investments and loan services, making banking convenient.
Operational Performance for the Past Five Years
DCI has grown in almost all aspects of financial performance indicators since its inception.
In the past five years, DCI has grown its assets by an average of 30% and its sustainable growth rate is also at an average of 8%
DCI's focus has been the growth of less risky assets and thus its robust credit appraisal and management systems. The company grows its loan portfolio through controller loans, financing of contracts and discounting of invoices.
The 11th Milestone
Commemorating this milestone, DCI's celebration includes special visitations to stakeholders to strengthen their relationships with them, a thanksgivings service and interactive activities to promote collaboration, future thinking, and public engagement.
“We are proud to be marking another milestone, a significant milestone that few companies have achieve. On this special day, we want our clients to know that their trust and support has always been the biggest drivers for our continued growth. We do business to bring smiles to their faces” concludes Selasie Woanyah, the managing director, in a message.