FBNBank Ghana Limited, a subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has outdoored its new corporate Friday cloth for staff of the bank. The FBNBank Friday wear cloth, which is blue coloured and designed with a combination of elements of the bank’s iconic logo, is also meshed with the elephant head in the yellow gold dynamic square and comes on the heels of the recent launch of FBNBank Ghana’s global brand advertisement campaign.
In a statement at the launch of the FBNBank Friday wear cloth, Managing Director, Victor Yaw Asante mentioned that it was important for the bank to unveil the beautifully made fabric, which was locally produced to further promote the growth and development of the Ghanaian economy at a time when the FirstBank Group was commemorating its 125th anniversary on the theme woven into the fabric of society.
Mr. Asante hoped that the new fabric will be worn with pride by staff of the bank who will also be reminded by the bank’s logo to put customers first every day. Mr. Asante further stated that “FBNBank Ghana is continuing its quest to endear the brand to its stakeholders in the Ghanaian market. This is because we take pride in being exclusively customer-centric and we go to great lengths to put the needs of our customers at the heart of our business. Our commitment is to set the gold standard of customer experience and excellence in financial services solutions.”
FBNBank Ghana emerges from an enviably rich heritage and banking tradition, which has shaped its business to become the clear leader across several markets in Africa and beyond. The parent bank, First Bank of Nigeria Limited boasts of an enduring business tradition that spans over 125 years, which has been enriched by the time-tested values of trust and excellence, backed by the latest technology and a diversity of well trained staff. The bank’s footprints are visible across the world in DR Congo, Ghana, Guinea, The Gambia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, London, Paris as well as a representative office in Beijing, China.
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