Access Bank (Ghana) Plc. has held its 10th Annual General Meeting (AGM) to consider and adopt the Statement of Accounts for the year ended December 31, 2017.
The AGM, which is the second of the Bank after it successfully listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange in 2016 as the first Ghanaian Bank of Nigerian origin, was used to highlight the Bank’s new growth objectives for the next five years and also assure shareholders that the Bank will meet the new minimum capital requirement in July, ahead of the Central Bank’s deadline.
Leading proceedings at the meeting, the Board Chairman, Mr. Frank Beecham, highlighted that despite the challenging environment witnessed in 2017, it was also a year in which the Bank demonstrated its resilience in the market and changed much for the better.
He also added, “2018 marks the continuation of our journey and will take us to our next destination of becoming one of the leading retail banks in Ghana. This will be the year to redefine our mark as a truly sustainable bank as we commence the implementation of our next 5-Year Corporate Strategy”.