Fidelity Bank Ghana Limited has honoured eighty nine (89) members of staff who have contributed immensely to the continuous growth of the company over the years.
In an opening remark that preceded the award ceremony, the Managing Director (MD) of the Bank, Mr. Edward Effah, commended employees of the bank for their admirable service over the years. Some of the employees marked their 5th and 10th years respectively.
The MD congratulated all the award recipients and thanked them for their individual contributions to the Bank, with particular mention of Sharon Oko – Martey (Head, Customer Care), David Abbey (Head, Trading, Fixed Income and FX) Shirley Amengor (Manager, Treasury Sales & Marketing),Regina Yovonoo (Manager,Transaction Banking), and Osei Poku (Driver Dispatch ) “I have seen all these people grow professionally over the last 10 years and I congratulate them for their career achievements”, he said.
It is a natural part of any business that staff do leave and when they do we wish them every success because we know that we have given them a high standard of training. For those that remain a part of the Fidelity family, Mr. Effah reiterated the bank’s commitment to ensuring increased career opportunities as a result of the acquisition of ProCredit Ghana adding that the institution continues its growth strategy to become a competitive global brand that supports local business and households to flourish.
“As a growing business we continue to develop talent through our graduate program. Indeed we will be giving 10 young people the opportunity to take their place in our world class graduate program before end of this year.”
Commenting on the future prospects of the Bank, Mr. Effah said, “We are poised for greater things in the coming years with the acquisition of ProCredit Savings and Loans Company, the technology partnership with IBM and our Financial Inclusion strategy, which is to deliver low cost deposits to the Bank”.