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GMIA 2023: Stanbic Ghana wins financial deal of the year

Sharing the news on Facebook on Monday (4 December), Stanbic said the award demonstrates its commitment to excellence and financial leadership

Stanbic Ghana on Friday (1 December) has been awarded the Financial Deal of the Year at the 9th Ghana Mining and Industry Awards in Accra for a corporate facility to Golden Star Wassa Limited.

The mining awards is an annual event organized by the Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM) to recognize excellence and the tremendous contribution mining companies, individuals, the media and other institutions were playing in the development of the mining industry in Ghana.

Sharing the news on Facebook on Monday (4 December), Stanbic said the award demonstrates its commitment to excellence and financial leadership.

“Over the weekend, we were honoured to receive the Financial Deal of the Year Award with Golden Star Wassa Ltd at the 9th Ghana Mining and Industry Awards (GMIA) organized by the Ghana Chamber of Mines.”

“We’re humbled by this achievement, which highlights our commitment to excellence and financial leadership,” it posted on Facebook.

 

About Stanbic Ghana

Stanbic Bank Ghana is a bank licensed by the Bank of Ghana and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to operate as a financial service provider. Stanbic is a member of Standard Bank Group and operates in twenty (20) countries in Africa and twelve (12) countries in other parts of the world.

The Bank has a close interest in Personal and Business Banking, Corporate and Investment Banking and Wealth Creation.

In the pursuit of spurring growth in Africa, the Bank has identified the agricultural sector as very important thus it has opened its doors for people and investors to venture into agribusiness.

The Bank has made it possible for all clients who have a feasible project in agriculture to benefit from its financial support to the agricultural sector.

Having understood the initiative proposed by TIAST to partner with Stanbic Bank, Stanbic accepted the partnership since the initiative will go a long way to add value to the agricultural sector and spur growth and development in the nation.

 

Reporting by Fred Dzakpata in Accra

 

 

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