The Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) is
expanding its facilities and operations at Winneba to meet the demand
of its increasing customers.
Under the expansion programme, two agencies would be opened at
the South and North campuses of the University of Education,
Winneba, to save student- customers from travelling to the main bank in
the Winneba township.
Mr Edward Quaynor, Manager of the bank, who told the Ghana
News Agency in Winneba, said the expansion would decongest the
He said two Automated Teller Machines for withdrawal of cash
would be installed at the Agencies, while another one would be added
to the one at the main branch.
According to the manager, the bank’s building had become too
small for its customers, especially at the end of the month, when
workers received their salaries.
Mr Quaynor did not disclose the cost of programme, which started
in December 2008, but said work would be completed at the end of this
He said on completion, the strength of workers at the counter would
be increased to ensure quick service to customers, adding that, air
conditioners would also be provided at the hall.
Mr Raymond Kofi Enin, Operations Manager of the bank, said the
GCB management had signed a Memorandum of Understanding
(MOU) with the authorities of the University of Education Winneba
towards the construction of a permanent building and elevation of the
Agencies to branch status in the future.