Africa & Middle East
|Date joined:||15 March, 2019|
Fidelity commenced business in October 1998 as a Discount House. Fidelity Discount House attracted a rich client base and was noted for its innovative and attractive investment product offerings, making the bank a discount house of choice. On the 28th of June 2006, the bank obtained a universal banking license. Investment banking has always been a key pillar in the overall strategy of the bank, thus, Fidelity Securities Limited (FSL), a fully owned subsidiary of the bank, was incorporated as the investment banking arm of the bank. Formerly known as Fidelity Asset Management, FSL’s business involves providing advisory services, issuing of securities, raising of capital and undertaking portfolio investment management for clients. Currently, a tier 1 bank, Fidelity is committed to becoming a top 3 bank in Ghana with international standards.
Fidelity Bank takes corporate responsibility as an opportunity to serve.it is guided by a single unifying theme “Building Lives through finance”. The bank priorities education, child empowerment, youth employment and health care for women.
In support of the promotion of Financial Inclusion and Corporate Sustainability in Africa,
Fidelity Bank Ghana participated and presented its Smart Account and Agency Banking services at the just ended 2014 Edition of the Africa CEO Roundtable & Conference on Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility (AR-CSRTM), which took place from June 19 – 20, 2014 at the Tinapa Business Resort, Calabar, Cross River State and organized by Thistle Praxis Consulting Limited.
More on financial inclusion and corporate sustainability: https://www.fidelitybank.com.gh/news/153-fidelity-bank-ghana-demonstrates-its-support-for-financial-inclusion-in-africa