As part of measures to expand its service delivery without compromising on quality, Prudential Bank Ghana has acquired a spacious office within the Old Cafeteria Building of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) to provide banking needs service to the university community.
The Deputy Managing Director in charge of Finance, Administration and Credit Administration, Dr. Joseph Okine Afrani speaking at the commissioning ceremony yesterday, noted that the bank continues to prioritize the needs of customers within the university community and as a result have rolled out plans to establish a permanent building complex on the University of Cape Coast campus.
Dr. Afrani expressed his appreciation to the university management for their support and swift compliance to grant them space to operate the new UCC branch.
According to Dr. Afrani, the bank has put in measures to position the socio-economic development of the country on a better pedestal, this according to him reflects in their attractive interest rates on all investments made with the bank.
He indicated that Prudential bank will continue to partner the University of Cape Coast to seal the already established cordial relationship that exists between the two institutions.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast Professor George Kwaku Toku Oduro speaking on behalf of university management applauded the bank for the support to the university over the years.
He indicated that the university will continue to work with the bank to achieve a common good for the university and society at large.
Prudential Bank Limited has celebrated 20 years of quality banking service in the country. Prominent among their service deliveries include technology-based banking services which include transfer service, favourable loan conditions among others.