The Board of Directors, management and staff of First Atlantic Bank (FAB) have declared their commitment and resolve to transform the bank into a global one out of Ghana.
This was reflected in the renewal of their collective pledge to further strengthen the position of the bank within Ghana and beyond, at a tape-cutting ceremony to climax their month-long 25th anniversary celebration.
The tape-cutting ceremony was also to formally commission the new extension to its head office in Accra.
The extension area includes an executive office, corporate services office, operations centre and a gym.
All branches across the country also held cake-cutting and customer appreciation ceremonies to climax the 25th anniversary celebration.
Speaking at the main ceremony, Board Chairman of the bank, Amarquaye Armar described the silver jubilee celebration as historic, and aid glowing tribute to the founding shareholders of the bank and other shareholders, as well as the past and current members of the board of directors, management and staff.
“Your commitment and collective hard work have guided the 25-year evolution of this institution into its present enviable state; we appreciate your contribution that has assured the growth and resilience of this dynamic bank,” he said.
He also acknowledged customers as equally important stakeholders, saying that they remain indispensable to the existence and growth of FAB.
“We greatly appreciate your business and patronage of our banking products and services. We dedicate ourselves to innovative delivery of exceptional, refreshingly different service to meet your unique and ever-changing banking needs,” he stressed.
Mr. Armar announced that following the launch of the silver jubilee celebrations on August 7, 2020, each of their branches conducted events to showcase the bank’s corporate social responsibility initiatives that target vulnerable groups of communities it operates in.
He named two flagship corporate social responsibility initiatives: a fully-fitted Mother and Child Care Unit at Talensi in the Upper East Region as its contribution towards improved maternal healthcare facilities in Ghana; and a six-unit classroom and two-unit office blocks resourced with computers and teaching and learning aides at the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind.