Access Bank, a multinational commercial bank know for its effective work in savings, loans, expansions and investments has outlined 2 new accounts to save businesses.
2021 coming in as a pandemic year, the bank in its own knowledge has placed measures to help female owned businesses yield more in these hard times.
Organising a 2021 Pan-African Women’s Conference with the Theme “Choose To Challenge” aiming more improve the funding options for female owned businesses.
The project introduces new ways to easily open new accounts based on free banking (no COT) whereby any individual can open a Premier Current Account with just 100ghc while businesses can open an MPower Biz Account with a minimum of 1000ghc only to receive the benefits of instant business support loans, pay day loans, the W credit card, maternal health support financing, financing schemes at selected retail outlets, etc.
The Pan-African Women’s Conference is scheduled for April 21st, 2021. Elsie Addo-Awadzie the Second Deputy, Bank Of Ghana will be the keynote speaker.
There Will also be other top dignitaries; Matilda Asante-Asiedu (Group Head Retail Banking, Access Bank Ghana Plc), Fatima Alimohamed (CEO, Africa Brand Warrior), Yofi Grant (CEO, Ghana Investment Promotion Centre), and Franklin Owusu Karikari (Director of Business Support, NEIP) as the panelists.
Special guest attending the conference will be Olumide Olatunji (MD, Access Bank Ghana Plc), Irene Ochem (CEO, African Women Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum), Chilufya Mutale (CEO PremierCredit), Justina Mutale (Founder & President Justina Mutale Foundation), Amma Gyampo (Co-Founder Scale-Up Africa), Ayona Aguele-Trimnell (Group Head, Women Banking Access Bank Plc), Sheila Komen Keino (Country Director, African Fertilizer & Agricbussiness Partnership) and lastly Moderator, Kokui Selormey Hanson (Media Personality).
Click here to sign up for the conference and receive the opportunity to open a W initiative account: https://forms.gle/UrStGDCnQ4Msy93NA