Banks urged to create Share-holding Rights

Mr Isaac Kwame Asiamah, Member of Parliament (MP) for Atwima Mponua Constituency in the Western Region, has appealed to micro financial institutions to create share holding rights to enable their customers to buy shares and own part of the company.

He said, “When this is done it would not only encourage their customers to cultivate the habit of saving, but also support the growth of the company as well”.

The MP made the appeal at the inauguration of the Nyinahin branch of Noble Dream Financial service at Nyinahin in the Atwima-Nwabiagya District of Ashanti.

Mr Asiamah also urged the management of the Bank to grant soft loans to their customers to expand their farms and businesses.

He advised prospective loan beneficiaries to pay back the loans granted them to enable their fellow customers to also benefit.

Mr Asiamah appealed to the bank staff to show great customer care, to enable the bank to attract more customers.

Mr Owusu Afriyie, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) OF Noble Dream Financial Services promised to provide good financial services to customers.

Mr Afriyie said the Bank was prepared to add 40 per cent interest to any amount a customer would deposit at the Bank.

The CEO said the bank had a set of financial products that met the needs of all categories of customers, adding that the highly trained and motivated mobile bankers were ready to help customers solve their financial problems.

Nana Amanpene Boateng Twum II, Nyinahinhene thanked the bank for opening a branch in the town and pledged the support of the traditional council to investors who want to do business in the area. GNA

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