UT Bank Ghana Limited on Wednesday launched a deposit mobilisation promotion dubbed, “Switch Over.”
The promotion targeted at small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and individuals and is offering both existing and potential customers the chance to receive gifts as well as experience what it described as the bank’s exciting products and services.
It would run for six months to end in July. Customers who switch their bank accounts to UT Bank are expected to have free cheque books, Visa Cards, E-banking Products and a waiver of Account Maintenance fees as well as branded gifts.
The General Manager of Retail Banking, Mr Mark Achiampong, said the SME sector remains a key sector for economic development and UT Bank has been at the forefront of meeting the needs of players in that sector.
“Since its inception, UT Bank has been a friend of SMEs and individual customers by helping them to meet their financial needs. We expect to continue this tradition by working together with our customers to realise the collective goal of an all-inclusive banking solution,” he said.
Mr Achiampong said both existing and new customers who increase their balance monthly by GH?300 would continue to receive branded gifts as a way of saying: “Thank you for staying and saving with UT Bank.”
The free suite of products and services that would be offered to new customers would guarantee extra value and peace of mind
One of such service to be offered would be UT Bank’s innovative mobile banking product, Fonbank.
It is a mobile app available to download on Google Playstore and Apple Appstore which would allow customers to conduct a wide range of transactions at their convenience such as; account balance enquiry, purchase of phone credit, payment of utility bills, inter-bank transfer just to name a few.
The Chief Executive Officer of UT Bank, Mr Stephen Antwi-Asimeng, said the bank understood the needs of its customers and was constantly striving to develop innovative solutions to meet their needs.
“We are encouraging you to Switch Over to UT Bank and “Lets Do More,” he said.
UT Bank Ghana Limited, commenced business as a finance house in 1997. It evolved from a lending company to a publicly owned Universal Bank, with shares listed and actively traded on the Ghana Stock Exchange. It was awarded Bank of the Year in 2011 and Most Respected Company in 2012.