Societe Generale Ghana: Purpose, Values, FAQ, Contact Details

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Societe Generale Ghana Limited is a bank that is based in Ghana, previously known as Société Générale – Social Security Bank. The bank is part of the Société Générale banking group. The bank is based in Accra and its stock is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange. It is a component of the GSE All-Share Index.

Purpose

Societe Generale was created over 150 years ago to promote the development of trade and industry. That was our original purpose, to be a bank that promoted progress.

Values

  • Team spirit
  • Innovation
  • Responsibility
  • Commitment

FAQ

What Are 4 Types of Bank Accounts?

  • Checking Account. The most basic type of bank account is the checking account.
  • Savings Account. A checking account and savings account go together like Batman and Robin.
  • Money Market Deposit Account. Let’s pretend a checking account and a savings account had a baby.
  • Certificate of Deposit (CD)

What Are the Three Main Types of Bank Transactions?

The three main types of transactions include checks, withdrawals and deposits.>

What Does Societe Generale Do?

The company is a universal bank and has divisions supporting French Networks, Global Transaction Banking, International Retail Banking, Financial Services, Corporate and Investment Banking, Private Banking, Asset Management and Securities Services.

Who Is the CEO of Societe Generale?

In May 2015, the Board of Directors separated the offices of Chairman of the Board of Directors and of Chief Executive Officer and appointed Frédéric Oudéa Chief Executive Officer.

How Many Branches Does Societe Generale Have?

PARIS (Reuters) – France’s Societe Generale on Monday accelerated plans to boost profitability by merging its two retail banking networks, resulting in the closure of 600 of its nearly 2,100 branches by 2025.

Contact Details

Tel: +233-(0)302-214 314

Email: sgghana.info@socgen.com

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