Two years after the banking crisis which led to several collapse and takeover of banks, the public confidence in Ghana’s bank sector has generally dropped and as such triggered mass panic withdrawals.
Key Players in the sector for some time now have sought to educate the public on issues surrounding the industry and the way forward after the crisis.
In that vein, the Nobel International Business School, Ghana’s and Africa’s foremost Doctoral School is organizing a breakfast meeting on the theme “Rebuilding Trust in Banking and Financial Service Industry in Ghana.
The program is slated for May 8, 2019 at the NiBS New Campus. The moderator for the event is the GJA Journalist of the year 2018 and host of Citi FM’s morning show Bernard Koku Avle. The event is strictly by invitation.
Key speakers for this event include Prof. Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, founding President of NIBS, Principal of the National Banking College, Abena Kesewaa Brown and Associate Professor of Economics, Professor Eric Osei- Assibey.
Others include Director, Securities and Exchange Commission, Dr. Benson Aidoo, Dean of University of Ghana Business School, Professor Joshua Abor as well as Chief Executive Officer of OmniBSIC Bank, Philip Oti Mensah.