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Completion Of Merger Between First National Bank Ghana And GHL Bank

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First National Bank Ghana has confirmed the conclusion of the merger with its subsidiary, GHL Bank. The merged entity will be known as First National Bank Ghana.

The newly formed and strengthened entity will offer a portfolio of unique innovative financial solutions for retail, corporate and investment banking clients. The bank has also enhanced existing solutions for the housing and
real estate markets.

“We are very excited about the work that we have done to-date and the resulting seamless synergies we have achieved with this merger,” says Dominic Adu, Chief Executive Officer of First National Bank Ghana. “We believe that this merger will offer customers the advantage of a broader suite of banking products and services while maintaining our commitment to all our stakeholders.”

A key benefit of the merger is the expanded branch network across the key cities of Accra, Tema, Kumasi and Takoradi. Customers can now access all banking services from a total of eleven branches and on First National Bank
Ghana’s world class digital platforms, which make convenient banking services available 24/7.

The Executive Director of First National Bank Ghana, Richard Hudson commented that this merger reflects First National Bank Ghana’s focus on helping individuals and businesses achieve their full potential. “This is an exciting time for us, and we are committed to partnering with our customers on their individual or business journey.

There are current challenges impacting general growth and opportunities in the financial services sector, but we believe that our innovative approach to products and the focus on in-house digital banking solutions will give us the competitive edge”, he said.

For more information contact:
First National Bank Corporate Affairs
Delali Dzidzienyo
+233501553471

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Coronavirus Death Toll Surpasses 1 Million

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The global coronavirus death toll has surpassed 1 million nine months after the deadly virus was first detected in Wuhan, China.

The first death linked to Coronavirus in China was reported on January 11, according to the World Health Organization.

America has accounted for over 20 percent of the worldwide COVID-19 fatalities with over 205,000 deaths. Brazil has the second-most fatalities, with more than 142,000 deaths, while India has the third-most deaths globally, reporting over 95,000, as of Monday night.

Over 33.2 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

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Trump Wanted His Daughter Ivanka To Be His 2016 Vice Presidential Running Mate : New Report Alleges

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US President, Donald Trump, wanted his daughter, Ivanka Trump, as his vice-presidential running mate during the 2016 election, a report by The Washington Post published on Monday, September 28, alleges.

According to the Washington Post, in an upcoming book by former Trump deputy campaign chair Rick Gates, “Wicked Game,” that will be published October 13, during discussions about selecting a running mate, then-Republican presidential candidate Trump said to a group of top campaign aides, “I think it should be Ivanka. What about Ivanka as my VP?”

“She’s bright, she’s smart, she’s beautiful, and the people would love her!,” he added, according to the Post.

Trump wanted his daughter Ivanka to be his 2016 vice presidential running mate - New report alleges

According to the paper, then-presidential candidate Trump was so keen to the idea of Ivanka as a vice-presidential pick and “cool to other options, including then-Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, that his team polled the idea twice,”

Ivanka told her father it was not a good idea leading Trump to chose Pence after he gave a “vicious and extended monologue” about former President Bill Clinton and Trump’s 2016 rival Hillary Clinton at a breakfast event.

Trump wanted his daughter Ivanka to be his 2016 vice presidential running mate - New report alleges

Ivanka, serves as a senior adviser to her father in the White House and has been a prominent fixture during her father’s political career.

Trump, has often praised what he sees as his daughter’s political talent, suggesting in August that his daughter would be a better presidential candidate than California Sen. Kamala Harris, calling the Democratic vice presidential nominee “incompetent.”

“I want to see the first woman president also, but I don’t want to see a woman president get in to that position the way she’d do it, and she’s not competent, she’s not competent,” he said during a rally in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

“They’re all saying, ‘We want Ivanka.’ I don’t blame you.”

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Lionel Messi Named The World’s Most Marketable Athlete For 2020 Ahead Of Cristiano Ronaldo

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Lionel Messi has been named No 1 in SportsPro’s 2020 list of the World’s 50 Most Marketable Athletes.

The Barcelona superstar and six-time Ballon d’Or winner claimed the top spot ahead of Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo who was placed in second spot.

American basketball star LeBron James, Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, and Canadian tennis player Bianca Andreescu completed this year’s top five, with Bianca named as the top-ranked female athlete.

According to SportsPro, this year’s 50 Most Marketable (50MM) Athletes list is powered by Nielsen’s proprietary athlete marketability assessment methodology. The methodology draws on vast amounts of social media data to generate an Athlete Influencer Score comprising four key data points: relevance, reach, return, and resonance.

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