Societe General Ghana has celebrated its loyal customers by treating them to lunch at the Alisa Hotel.
Over 50 customers, most of whom have done business with the bank for the past 20 years and above, were drawn from various branches in Accra.
Speaking at the event, Managing Director of SG-Ghana, Sionle Yeo, appreciated the customers and assured them of the best banking experience.
“Today we are here to celebrate your loyalty through the changing scenes of Societe General Ghana’s life. Indeed you make us proud to be of service to you these past years as we grow together. As the adage goes wine gets better with age and so, I believe, is our relationship with you.”
Yeo also outlined some initiatives the bank is undertaking to position itself strategically in the competitive industry.
“In 2015, our bank embarked on an in-depth transformation programme to standardize and achieve growth with the ultimate aim of improving our quality of service and enhancing customer experience. This transformation programme was structured around four thematic areas including innovative products, operational efficiency, Customer Intimacy and Human resource development. I am happy to announce today that we have made sturdy strides in these objectives.”
One of the customers Mr Clarice Annan who has saved with the bank for 40 years was delighted to have been selected to dine with management and staff of the bank.
“I have saved with them for many years. I was receiving my salary through the bank until coming on retirement. I have never regretted for doing business with them and I am happy to be a customer.”
The bank has renovated 18 of its branches across the country to make its operations more comfortable and faster and also enrich customer experience.
By Nana Oye Ankrah