Bond Savings and Loans, a non Bank Financial institution, has emerged as the Savings and Loans Company of the Year, 2016 at the Chartered Institute of Marketing 28th National Performance Awards in Accra.
The event was held under the theme: “Cause Related to Marketing: A Panacea for National Behavioural Change.”
The company received a plague and a citation, which reads “in the midst of all intense competition, you stood out with an 18.6 per cent of market share, which raked in total revenue of GH¢29,775,904 in the year under review”.
It also reads “you managed to take the provision of relationship-based financial service that focused on value-driven, innovative products and services, branch network efficiencies, strong branding and exceptional coordination.”
Mr George Ofosuhene, the CEO, Bond Savings and Loans, said it was exciting to receive the recognition, looking at the number of players in the industry.
He said the recognition was proof of the hard work and team work exhibited by the staff, dedicating to serve customers better and effective.
He said “we appreciate the awards and we are also glad to be able to achieve this.”
The CEO said the company owes the award to the cherished customers that patronise their products and services over the years.
“We will not have been able to be reach this far without the support of customers, “he added.
Bond Savings and Loan Company commenced operation as a finance houses in 2008 and after five years acquired the license to operate a Savings and Loan Company.
The awards covered eight major areas: Personalities, Hall of Fame, Hall of Fame- Elite Category, Media, Products, business and special category.