Ga Rural Bank

The Ga Rural Bank is a unit bank owned and managed by people of its catchment area who are shareholders. It was commissioned as the 92nd Rural Bank in the country in December 1984. The Bank is located at Amasaman, the Ga West Municipal Capital (about 22km from Accra on the Accra-Nsawam road). At present GRB has four (4) branches namely, Mallam, Taifa, Achimota and Kokrobite.

The Bank serves about 240 villages with a total population of over 200,000 people. The main economic activities of the area are peasant farming, fishing, trading and cottage industries.

In 2008/2009, a new Organogram was produced by Management and approved by a joint committee of human resource and finance. The new Organogram which was to fine-tune for Board’s approval was aligned with the present salary scales of the Bank; the appropriate nomenclature at all levels was adopted and gradings were matched against the positions/titles. The Organogram is being implemented in stages and the result is showing improvement in its operational performance.

A five (5) year projections are being made in the plan with the view to improving the Bank infra and superstructure. This will include the expansion of its premises fitted with modern architectural designs, furniture and fittings and the establishment of new branches. The implementation of this plan is expected to increase deposits mobilization, expand credit and investment portfolios and thereby improve earnings

Everyone within our business
understands our mission

To mobilize idle funds and channel such funds through the provision of Loans and Overdrafts to finance the economic activities of Rural Dwellers within our catchment area thereby improving standard of living in the Rural area.

Also: to deliver innovative banking solutions to meet the needs and aspirations thus empowering economically Rural Dwellers within our catchment area.

Our Vision

Working with the Local Rural Community to become a First Class Rural Bank in Ghana.

Our Values

The Bank believes in the following philosophies

Our Objectives