THE GHANA REFERENCE RATE FOR NOVEMBER 2022 IS 30.56%. EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 02, 2022.
SIGNED JOHN AWUAH CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (GAB)
The Ghana Association of Banks (GAB) is the country's mouthpiece and advocacy lead for the universal banking sector
currently representing the interests of 25 member institutions (including the ARB APEX Bank, which represents all Rural Banks). It is a not-for-profit organisation that was formed to protect the interest and aspirations of its members and to provide a platform for bank-to-bank networking among members.
At inception on May 29, 1980, there were seven universal banks in Ghana serving a population of approximately twelve million; our member banks have increased in number (currently at 25) mostly arising.
Research & Publications
GHANA’S CYBERSECURITY ACT, 2020 (ACT 1038); THE BANK OF GHANA CYBER AND INFORMATION SECURITY DIRECTIVE: IMPLICATIONS AND THE ROLE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF BANKS
1ST DEPUTY GOVERNORS REMARKS PRESENTED BY ISMAIL ADAM, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, BANKING SUPERVISION DEPARTMENT ON BANK OF GHANA The Council Executives – Ghana Association of Banks (GAB) The Management – Ghana Association of Banks (GAB) Chief Executive Officers and Managing Directors of Banks Executives of the Cyber Security Authority Invited Guests Distinguished Guests, Ladies, and Gentlemen […]
Digital Transformation and Cyber Resilience, which was hosted by Digital Jewels Africa
GAB CEO Mr. John Awuah, during a panel discussion on Digital Transformation and Cyber Resilience, which was hosted by Digital Jewels Africa.