The Receivership of the 23 Savings & Loans and Finance House Companies, on Monday, 2nd December announced branches of companies under receivership, that would stay open to service customers of all Savings & Loans and Finance House companies whose license have been revoked.
As explained in a press release, these branches will only be accessible for receivership business.
The receiver explained in an earlier interview, that some branches of companies under his receivership, have been close to effectively cut down the operational cost, as his greatest concern and sympathy lay with customers who have lost their deposits.
The press release signed by the receiver stated, “Stakeholders are advised to visit operating branches nearest to the S&L branches which the Receiver has shut down, for loan repayment and any other enquiries relating to the receivership of their affected S&Ls.”
Find the list of open branches and full statement below.
NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
Pursuant to Section 123 (1) of the Banks and Specialised Deposit-Taking Institutions Act, 2016 (Act 930), Bank of Ghana (“BoG”) on 16 August 2019 revoked the operating licenses of 23 insolvent Savings and Loans and Finance House Companies (“S&Ls”).
The licences of the 23 S&Ls were revoked as part of BoG’s drive to strengthen the financial services sector by getting rid of insolvent and dormant institutions which had no reasonable prospects of recovery and had denied depositors access to their deposits.
BoG in accordance with Section 123(2) of the Banks and Specialised Deposit-Taking Institutions Act, 2016 (Act 930) appointed Eric Nana Nipah, a Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers Ghana Limited (“PwC”) as the Receiver for the purposes of winding down the affairs of these institutions.
The Receiver in accordance with Section 123 (3) of the Banks and Specialised Deposit-Taking Institutions Act, 2016 (Act 930) has taken control of the 23 S&Ls and is prosecuting the receiverships in accordance with the provisions of Act 930.
The Receiver wishes to inform the general public that effective Monday, 2 December 2019, the branches of the following affected S&Ls set out below will remain open to serve the customers of these institutions as well as the customers of other S&Ls whose licenses have been revoked. THE MAINTAINED BRANCHES ARE OPENED FOR RECEIVERSHIP BUSINESS ONLY.
Please note that the Receiver’s team will cease to operate from any branch of the affected S&Ls which has not been listed below.
Stakeholders are advised to visit operating branches nearest to the S&L branches which the Receiver has shut down, for loan repayment and any other enquiries relating to the receivership of their affected S&Ls.
Please note that the working hours for the maintained S&L branches will be from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Mondays to Fridays.
Please contact the following telephone numbers should you require any further clarification on the above:
020 490 4250
055 000 0966
0302960197 / 8/ 9
0302960208 / 9 /10
0302960023 / 4
0302953518 / 9
or visit www.ghreceiverships.com
ERIC NANA NIPAH
RECEIVERSHIP OF 23 SAVINGS AND LOANS AND FINANCE HOUSE COMPANIES
Encl. List of branches to be maintained
|No.||Branches of Savings and Loans Companies to be maintained||Location of Maintained Branch||Region|
|1||Adom||Abossey Okai Branch-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|2||Express||Tesano-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|3||Womens World||Tema||Greater Accra|
|4||First Allied||Tema||Greater Accra|
|5||All Time||East Legon-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|7||Dream||Head Office (Tesano)||Greater Accra|
|8||Womens World||Ashiaman||Greater Accra|
|9||Womens World||Derby||Greater Accra|
|10||Commerz Savings and Lonas||Roman Ridge-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|11||Legacy||Head Office-Osu||Greater Accra|
|12||Womens World||Dome||Greater Accra|
|13||First African||Accra-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|14||First African||Kasoa||Greater Accra|
|15||IFS||East Legon-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|16||First Trust||New Town||Greater Accra|
|17||Ideal||Head Office||Greater Accra|
|18||Global Access||Kwashieman||Greater Accra|
|19||Womens World||Madina||Greater Accra|
|20||First Allied||Tudu||Greater Accra|
|22||First Ghana Savings and Loans||Tema Branch||Greater Accra|
|25||Accent||Head Office||Greater Accra|
|26||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Ring Road Central||Greater Accra|
|27||CDH||Head Office||Greater Accra|
|28||Unicredit||Ridge-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|29||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Sege Mc||Greater Accra|
|30||GN Savings and Loans Limited||North Ridge-Head Office||Greater Accra|
|31||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Mallam Interchange||Greater Accra|
|32||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Dansoman||Greater Accra|
|34||Womens World||Kumasi Suame||Ashanti|
|35||Womens World||Kumasi Adum||Ashanti|
|38||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Obuasi||Ashanti|
|39||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Aboabo||Ashanti|
|40||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Abuakwa||Ashanti|
|41||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Agogo||Ashanti|
|42||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Agona||Ashanti|
|43||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Anyinasu||Ashanti|
|44||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Jacobu||Ashanti|
|45||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Mampong||Ashanti|
|46||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Mankraso||Ashanti|
|47||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Offinso||Ashanti|
|48||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Sabin Akrofrom||Ashanti|
|49||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Obogu||Ashanti|
|50||First Trust||Techiman||Brong Ahafo|
|51||First Ghana Savings and Loans||Sunyani Branch||Brong Ahafo|
|52||First Allied||Berekum||Brong Ahafo|
|53||Legacy||Duayaw Nkwanta||Brong Ahafo|
|54||First Allied||Goaso||Brong Ahafo|
|55||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Wenchi-Subinso||Brong Ahafo|
|56||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Sampa||Brong Ahafo|
|57||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Ntotroso||Brong Ahafo|
|58||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nsawkaw||Brong Ahafo|
|59||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nkrankwanta||Brong Ahafo|
|60||GN Savings and Loans Limited||New Dormaa Kotokrom||Brong Ahafo|
|61||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nchiraa||Brong Ahafo|
|62||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Mim||Brong Ahafo|
|63||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kwapong||Brong Ahafo|
|64||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kenyase||Brong Ahafo|
|65||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kintampo Mc||Brong Ahafo|
|66||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kasapin||Brong Ahafo|
|67||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kajaji||Brong Ahafo|
|68||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Atebubu||Brong Ahafo|
|69||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Ayomso||Brong Ahafo|
|70||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Badukrom||Brong Ahafo|
|71||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bechem||Brong Ahafo|
|72||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Berekum||Brong Ahafo|
|73||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Busunya||Brong Ahafo|
|74||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Dormaa Ahenkro||Brong Ahafo|
|75||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Drobo||Brong Ahafo|
|76||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Duayaw Nkwanta||Brong Ahafo|
|82||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tease||Eastern|
|83||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kama Plaza||Eastern|
|84||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Donkorkrom||Eastern|
|85||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Begoro||Eastern|
|86||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Ayirebi||Eastern|
|87||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Asesewa||Eastern|
|88||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Asamankese Mc||Eastern|
|89||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Anum Apapam||Eastern|
|90||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akwatia||Eastern|
|91||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akwadum||Eastern|
|92||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akroso||Eastern|
|93||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akropong||Eastern|
|94||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akim Swedru||Eastern|
|95||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akim Otwereso||Eastern|
|96||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akim Oda Mc||Eastern|
|97||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akim Manso||Eastern|
|98||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akim Afosu||Eastern|
|99||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Akim Aduasa||Eastern|
|100||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Adawso||Eastern|
|101||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Achiase||Eastern|
|102||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tutu||Eastern|
|103||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Somanya||Eastern|
|104||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Mpraeso||Eastern|
|105||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Maame Krobo||Eastern|
|106||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kpong||Eastern|
|107||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nsawam||Eastern|
|108||First Ghana Savings and Loans||Hohoe Branch||Volta|
|109||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nkwanta||Volta|
|110||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kpassa Mc||Volta|
|111||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Ho||Volta|
|112||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Dzemeni||Volta|
|113||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Aflao||Volta|
|114||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Adaklu Waya||Volta|
|117||First Allied||Assin Fosu||Central|
|118||First Allied||Cape Coast||Central|
|119||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Elmina (Main)||Central|
|120||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Agona Abrem||Central|
|121||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Afransie||Central|
|122||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Abura Dunkwa||Central|
|123||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kyekyewere||Central|
|124||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Jukwa Mc||Central|
|129||First Allied||Elubo Branch||Western|
|132||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Elubo||Western|
|133||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Axim||Western|
|134||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bogoso||Western|
|135||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Enchi||Western|
|136||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Awaso||Western|
|137||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tanokrom||Western|
|138||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Takoradi||Western|
|139||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Beposo||Western|
|140||First Ghana Savings and Loans||Tamale Branch||Northern|
|141||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tamale Central||Northern|
|142||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Sawla||Northern|
|143||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Salaga||Northern|
|144||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nyankpala||Northern|
|145||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nanton||Northern|
|146||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nalerigu||Northern|
|147||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Makango||Northern|
|148||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Langbisi||Northern|
|149||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Karaga||Northern|
|150||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Jisonayili||Northern|
|151||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Janga||Northern|
|152||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Fulfoso||Northern|
|153||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Damongo||Northern|
|154||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Damanko||Northern|
|155||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bunkprugu||Northern|
|156||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bole Mc||Northern|
|157||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Banda Nkwanta||Northern|
|158||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Yunyoo||Northern|
|159||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Yendi||Northern|
|160||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Wulensi||Northern|
|161||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Walewale||Northern|
|162||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tolon Mc||Northern|
|163||Legacy Savings and Loans||Bolga||Upper East|
|164||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Wuriyenga||Upper East|
|165||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Widana Mc||Upper East|
|166||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tongo||Upper East|
|167||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tempane||Upper East|
|168||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Navrongo||Upper East|
|169||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Kongo||Upper East|
|170||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Garu Mc||Upper East|
|171||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Fumbisi||Upper East|
|172||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Chiana||Upper East|
|173||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bongo||Upper East|
|174||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Binaba||Upper East|
|175||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bazua||Upper East|
|176||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bawku||Upper East|
|177||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Wa Office Complex||Upper West|
|178||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Tumu||Upper West|
|179||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nandom Mc||Upper West|
|180||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Nadowli||Upper West|
|181||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Loggu||Upper West|
|182||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Lawra Mc||Upper West|
|183||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Lambusie||Upper West|
|184||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Jirapa Mc||Upper West|
|185||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Hamile||Upper West|
|186||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Gwollu||Upper West|
|187||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Funsie||Upper West|
|188||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Busie||Upper West|
|189||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bulenga||Upper West|
|190||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Bamahu||Upper West|
|191||GN Savings and Loans Limited||Wechiau Mc||Upper West|
Roger Federer Replaces Lionel Messi As The World’s Highest-Paid Athlete
Roger Federer is the world’s highest-paid athlete for 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic knocked football’s Lionel Messi off top spot, according to the annual Forbes list released on Friday.
The Swiss tennis great, owner of a men’s record 20 Grand Slam singles titles, earned $106.3 million in the last 12 months, including $100 million via endorsements, to move up four places and become the first player from his sport to top the list.
Footballers Cristiano Ronaldo ($105 million), Messi ($104 million) and Neymar ($95.5 million) and American basketball player LeBron James ($88.2 million) rounded out the top five.
“The coronavirus pandemic triggered salary cuts for soccer stars Messi and Ronaldo, clearing the way for a tennis player to rank as the world’s highest-paid athlete for the first time,” said Kurt Badenhausen, senior editor at Forbes.
“Roger Federer is the perfect pitchman for companies, resulting in an unparalleled endorsement portfolio of blue-chip brands worth $100 million a year for the tennis great.”
Japan’s Naomi Osaka ($37.4 million), who was ranked 29th on the list, surpassed fellow tennis player Serena Williams ($36 million) as the world’s highest-earning female athlete.
Osaka and Williams were the only women on the list.
Basketball players led all sports with 35 players among the top 100. American football occupied 31 spots, none higher than six-times Super Bowl champion Tom Brady ($45 million) who was ranked 25th.
Football was the next most-represented sport with 14 players, followed by tennis (six), boxing and mixed martial arts (five), golf (four), motor racing (three), and baseball and cricket with one each.
Real Madrid Offer Man United Four Players To Seal Pogba Deal
Real Madrid has offered four players to Manchester United in a bid to finally land Paul Pogba, the UK Sun reports.
The players include James Rodriguez and Martin Odegaard.
It is understood that Lucas Vazquez and Brahim Diaz could also be thrown in as a deal sweetener.
Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane, has remained an admirer of his compatriot, who has missed most of the Premier League season with a series of ankle issues.
However, the LaLiga giants are still keen on Pogba, although United will insist he is not for sale.
With the COVID-19 affecting clubs financially, Madrid will press on with their pursuit and will try to do swap deals in order to secure their targets.
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A Ghanaian lady who was bathed with acid in Saudi Arabia has come out to share her story and how she is contemplating taking her life.
According to the woman narrating her sad ordeal to Crime Check Foundation, somewhere in December 2018, she went to braid her hair in a salon in Saudi Arabia and that was where the unfortunate incident happened.
She narrated that the acid was not meant for her but rather the hairdresser but she was the one that got the worse injury.
She revealed that the hairdresser identified as Rabi was having a fight with the lady who committed the heinous act also known as Salomey over an apartment.
Read her full story below:
“As Rabi was braiding my hair, she stopped to go and eat. As she was eating, we heard a knock on her door and she asked me to help her open it. As soon as I opened the door all I saw was someone pushed me and poured a substance on me. That was my end”
“I had to come back home because I couldn’t see anything talk less of going to work to cater for myself. Rabi too visited me only twice and have never visited again. I returned to Ghana without a pin. Here I am without even a pesewa to go to the hospital because I still feel pains and sick always”.
Saudi authorities promised to arrest her attacker but Memuna says she could not follow up on the case after she was brought to Ghana.
She has completely given up on life and prefers to die. “I’d rather die than to live this painful life,” she said.
Memuna narrated that when children see her they start running away because they think they have seen a ghost.
“One day my mother wasn’t well so I decided to wash our clothes and go dry them outside. As I was drying the things, two children that were standing by were having a conversation and one told the other that- you see this sister her face is really scary and looks like a monster, that made me less of a human being”.
Her mother, Hajia Safia, who could not hold her tears said it was difficult when she first saw pictures of her daughter after the incident.
“It wasn’t easy for me at all because she is all I’ve got in life. She traveled to go and seek greener pastures to support the family and see what has happened to her” she added.
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