The Agricultural Development Bank (adb) has announced that it will commence Saturday banking with forty-two of its branches across the country from July 2, 2016.
This, according to management is part of efforts to provide expedient, accessible and comfortable banking services to its customers.
Already, 13 branches provide this service and the inclusion of the 43 brings the total to 56, the number of branches engaged in Saturday banking business.
With the exception of the first Saturdays of every month, which is expected to be observed as a National Sanitation Day the bank will open its doors to customers every other Saturday.
According to the Managing Director, Mr. Daniel Asiedu the expansion of the bank’s Saturday Banking is in response to “new business opportunities and the wish of management to satisfy the banks customers across the country”
“We want to ensure that both our existing and prospective customers enjoy the best banking services at all times, hence our decision to increase the number from the present 13 to 56,” he said.
He further disclosed that from July 4, this year, the bank has also extended its Monday-Friday opening time from 8:00am to 5:00pm.