With its ambition of becoming a tier one bank in Ghana in the next five years, Capital Bank Ghana Limited has began an aggressive retail banking campaign aimed at bringing banking to the doorsteps of many Ghanaians.

According to the indigenous bank, such a step will help enroll many unbanked and ‘underbank’ segment of the population by making a more convenient proposition.

It also believes the move will attract many bankable Ghanaians who are looking for other alternatives to undertake their banking transactions.

The indigenous bank has began retail activations at Central University College at Miotso in the Greater Accra region, Neoplan Station at Circle, Accra and the Pentecost University College at Sowutuom also in Accra to provide its tailor-made and products to many people.  The target markets are students, traders and artisans who undertake daily business transactions.

Eunice Brocke, Head of Retail Banking, Capital Bank said “Capital Bank is poised to deliver quality and customized banking solutions that will change the lives of many and make banking life much more convenient.”

“We are committed to using premium human capital, technology and other resources in the delivery of customer centric services. We encourage customers to use our ‘one-shop stop’ ‘speedbanking’   product   that enables you to deposit money via your mobile phone anytime, anywhere, anyday”, she added.

CapitalBank presently has 18 branches spread across six regions in the country and still counting.

The branches are located at the ultra-modern head office at Spintex, Abossey Okai, Tesano, Newtown, Makola, Ashiaman, Osu, Dansoman, Miotso and Tema in the Greater Accra region; Kasoa , Cape Coast and Winneba in the Central region; Kumasi in the Ashanti region; Koforidua in the Eastern region; Takoradi in the Western region; Tamale in the northern region and Techiman in the Brong Ahafo region. It is hoping to add more branches this year that will serve customers with ease.