Banking

The banking sector is playing a key role in the Ghanaian economy. During the past decades, several reforms have been implemented to improve banking services for the general population and to encourage Ghanaians in the diaspora to save in Ghana. Most of the banks are now offering a wide range of investment products and services to their clients including foreign accounts services.

Read about the Foreign Exchange Act, 2006 (Act 723).

Banks in Ghana

                 Name

      Contacts

Website

 Ghana Commercial Bank  +233 (0) 302.663.964  http://www.gcb.com.gh/

 Cal Bank

+233 (0) 302.680.061-69+233 (0) 302.680.079

http://www.calbank.net/calbank/  

 Fidelity Bank  +233 (0) 302.214.490  http://www.fidelitybank.com.gh/

Databank Financial Services

 +233 (0)302.610.610

http://www.databankgroup.com/

        First Capital Plus  +233 (0) 303.409.060-89  http://www.firstcapitalplus.net/

HFC Bank

 +233 (0)302.242.090-4

http://www.hfcbank.com.gh/

 First National

 +233 (0) 302.218.855

http://www.firstnationalghana.com/

Merchant Bank Ghana Ltd

+233 (0) 302.666.331-6  

+233 (0) 307.011.718

http://www.merchantbank.com.gh/  

UniBank

+233 (0)302.233.328

            http://www.unibankghana.com/‘efie ne fie’

Access Bank (Ghana) Ltd

+233 (0) 302.684.860

www.accessbankplc.com/gh

Ecobank Ghana Ltd

+233 (0) 302.213.999

800 30000 (toll free)

              http://www.ecobank.com/

Stanbic Bank

+233 (0) 302.687.670 – 8

http://www.stanbic.com.gh/

Zenith Bank Ghana

+233 (0) 302.611.500 

http://www.zenithbank.com.gh/

 

 

 

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