Julian Opuni, MD, Fidelity Bank
FIDELITY BANK has opened an ultra-modern digital branch at East Legon to serve residents and surrounding businesses with the best banking services in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere.
Located on the Lagos Avenue, it is the latest addition to the existing 75 branches of Fidelity Bank across the country.
The East Legon branch is the fourth in a series of digital branches that include the Labone, Osu Oxford Street and KNUST Campus branches.
Managing Director of Fidelity Bank, Julian Kingsley Opuni, said, “The move is part of the drive towards embracing the benefits of modern technology with a unique banking experience.
“We will constantly make banking as smooth and intuitive as possible by continually removing barriers and expanding our offerings. Driven by feedback from our customers, our Mobile App has been upgraded with new features that bring added benefits to all customers. For entrepreneurs, we have rolled out our Sole Proprietors feature that brings flexibility and tailor-made services to small business operators. For salaried workers, we have launched Salary Advance Request feature which provides the benefit of quick cash access, all via their mobile phones”.
Mr. Opuni also announced that in addition to the new features, Fidelity Bank, as part of its ‘Set Yourself Free Campaign’, will reward existing and potential customers who made the highest transactions using the Fidelity Mobile App with an iPhone X each week.
Also housed within the East Legon branch is the plush Prestige Banking lounge to serve the bank’s high-end customers.
Describing the unique features of the new lounge, Nana Esi Idun-Arkhurst, Divisional Director, Retail Banking, stated, “Our cozy and state-of-the-art lounge affords our prestige customers the luxury of closing their business deals in our meeting rooms which are available for their use.With our extended working hours, there is no need to rush to the bank; we are here till 7pm”.
Fidelity Bank is recognized as one of the best and strongest banks in Ghana.