Monday 23rd December 2013
UT Bank Ghana and Chase Bank Kenya are the newest addition to the GBA’s expanding global presence. UT Bank Ghana is the first Ghanaian bank to join the GBA. As one of the fastest growing banks in Ghana, UT Bank provides innovative customer oriented products and services, focusing primarily, on the financial needs of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Chase Bank Kenya is a locally-owned Kenyan bank that caters to the needs of the growing SME sector, providing a unique banking experience and a one-stop financial solution for entrepreneurs. Chase Bank Kenya has a successful Women’s Markets program: Chase Woman, which targets women in three different segments: high-net-worth, middle-income/SME, and micro. With the addition of these two banks, GBA’s presence in Sub-Saharan Africa increases to 15 members and represents the region with the highest membership proportion.