20 December 2012

Ghana: ADB Extends X'mas and New Year Greetings to Customers

Agricultural Development Bank (ADB), Ghana's agricultural and development financier has once again sent Christmas and New Year greetings to its customers and stakeholders for keeping faith with the bank.

According to a statement issued by the Communications Department of ADB in Accra, yesterday, it stated: "The Year 2012 is fast ebbing away to give in to a new year full of expectations and challenges.

"This message comes to wish all the stakeholders of ADB, especially the local customers, the Government and People of Ghana, and the Management and Staff of the various media houses the best compliments of the Christmas Season and the New Year".

The significance of the Year 2012 is that it marked the end of the implementation of ADB's new strategic plan to transform ADB into a modern universal bank with a sustainable development outlook highly efficient in policy-led agricultural-financing.

The plan has been largely successful, and the last three years have been full of actions and very notable accomplishments worth celebrating, the statement added.

The Board, Management and Staff of ADB, therefore, find the need to commend and thank all our stakeholders for their support in various ways. We look forward to the continued business support and strong relationship in the New Year, it concluded.

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