The Home Finance Company (HFC) Bank on Thursday opened its 17th branch at Ashaiman with a call on residents to patronize it to improve their businesses and income.
The HFC Bank has branches in Greater Accra, Eastern, Western, Brong Ahafo and Northern regions.
Mr Charles Martinson, General Manager in charge of Business Development of the bank noted that although there were over 25 banks operating in the country, “the HFC bank stands out as a truly universal banking institution”.
Outlining some of its functions, he said the bank offered the most diversified range of services ranging from commercial banking, traditional mortgage finance, real estate, investment, micro business and micro housing finance.
According to him the services which had been patronised by customers had led to the growth of the HFC, and expressed the hope that patronage at Ashaiman, with its vibrant and active commercial centres would be overwhelming.
Mrs Christine Kwaning, Manager of the Ashaiman branch underscored the need for residents to patronize the services as the bank aimed at bringing services and options to the door-steps of prospective customers.
“We are committed to creating wealth and a better life for our customers and that is why at HFC we ask what you like”.
The Managing Director of the Bank, Mr Asare Akufo, and the Deputy Queen-mother of Ashaiman market cut the tape to open the bank.