Vesti Launches Operation In Ghana

Panel engagement at the launch of Vesti in Accra. INSET: Seyi Folarin-Ottun


Vesti Technologies Incorporation, a financial services provider for immigrants has launched its operations in Ghana to empower migrants.

Speaking at the launch of Vesti Ghana, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Seyi Folarin-Ottun indicated that since the establishment of the company, it has provided financial services to more than 26.5 million people across Africa.

He said Vesti over the years has been one of the trusted legal and financial operating systems for migrants, providing easy access to services like bank accounts, debit and credit cards abroad.

“Vesti allows business owners the opportunity to own a bank account in the U.S. and a founders card which allows them to make and receive payments in USD” he added.

Mr. Folarin-Ottun further stated that “Vesti has been engaging the Ghanaian community for some time now with some asking the company to extend its operations to the country. We are launching our operations here to be closer to our clients and to serve them better”.

He added that financial services have plans to expand its operations to Zambia, and Mexico this year with the aim of tackling the numerous challenges faced by millions of immigrants.

“Vesti has successfully guided many African tech entrepreneurs and founders through the visa application process. By providing customized support and guidance, Vesti has helped these entrepreneurs and founders to obtain the necessary visas and establish their businesses in the United States,” he said.

By Prince Fiifi Yorke