OmniBSIC Bank forges deeper collaboration with China for mutual prosperity

The Dignitaries At The Nd Signing Ceremony Of The Treaty Of Friendship Between Ghana And China
Dignitaries At The Signing Ceremony Of The Treaty Of Friendship Between Ghana And China

OmniBSIC Bank, a leading financial institution in Ghana, has announced its commitment to strengthening collaboration and partnership with China in order to enhance the seamless transaction of businesses and build socio-economic development between the two countries.

The Bank’s Managing Director, Daniel Asiedu made this known during the 62nd signing ceremony of the treaty of friendship between Ghana and China, where he noted that OmniBSIC Bank’s commitment to working closely with China aligns with the broader efforts of the Ghanaian government to strengthen bilateral ties and attract foreign investment.

Mr. Asiedu emphasised the importance of fostering closer ties with China highlighting the potential for increased trade and investment opportunities that could be mutually beneficial for both countries.

“OmniBSIC Bank has a very firm association and roots with China. Our sister company, Zoomlion, is well known for its strategic partnerships in Ghana, Africa and China.

We are therefore excited to be given this recognition and platform by Ghana-China Friendship Association (GHACHIFA) to deepen our business association with China to promote the Socio-Economic development of our two nations,” he said.

The commitment to collaboration and partnership with China is in line with OmniBSIC Bank’s strategic vision to expand its global reach and provide enhanced financial services to its customers. The bank aims to leverage China’s economic strength and expertise to facilitate smoother and more efficient trade and financial transactions.

Explaining further, he said: “As a bank, we have a strategic objective, in the spirit of oneness, to establish strong and lasting mutually beneficial relationships with the Chinese Community in Ghana.

In this regard, we have established a Chinese Representative Desk in the bank to help us bond with Chinese enterprises and cater to your unique banking needs.

Furthermore, we have registered as a corporate member of GHACHIFA and intend to do more collaborations with the Chinese Community. I am here today with senior officials of OmniBSIC Bank who are eager to engage with you on how we can forge long-lasting and mutually beneficial business relationships.”

The OmniBSIC head also highlighted the bank’s commitment to supporting the growth and development of Ghana’s economy through its partnership with China. He expressed optimism that increased collaboration between the two countries would lead to the creation of new business opportunities and job prospects for the Ghanaian people.

On his part, Chairman of the Ghana-China Friendship Association (GHACHIFA), Anani Demuyakor said the treaty signifies a significant milestone in the relationship between Ghana and China, solidifying years of friendship and cooperation, and paving the way for further collaboration in various fields.

“Our gathering here is truly a testament to the commitment of both nations towards strengthening bonds of trust, understanding, and mutual support. We have witnessed remarkable progress, marked by increased trade, investment, and cultural exchanges between our two great nations,” he said.

He stressed that the commemoration of the 62nd treaty anniversary of signing the treaty opens new avenues for economic growth, technological advancements, and social development, which will undoubtedly bring about lasting benefits for the people of both countries.

“The Ghana-China Friendship Association has played a vital role in fostering this friendship, by promoting dialogue, enhancing cultural understanding, and facilitating exchanges at various levels,” he added.

The event was graced with dignitaries from the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China, the Ghana Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, the Ghana Immigration Services, and members of GHACHIFA, among others. Other highlights for the night include a presentation of an honorary citation, conferred on Mr. Tang Hong, the President of the Ghana Association of Chinese Societies and Ghana Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry as well as goodwill messages shared by supporting partners.

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