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How To Open United Bank For Africa (Ghana) Limited Account In Ghana

About United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited In Ghana

United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited pioneered the entry of a new generation of foreign banks into the country in January 2005.

The presence of UBA Ghana in the banking industry in Ghana over the last thirteen years has galvanized banking onto a higher performance level where competition and innovation in responding to the needs of the customer have become the driving force of the industry.

The management team of the group is made up of a crop of seasoned and industry-recognized professionals, with diverse (but complementary) skills in various backgrounds, as well as depth of experience (garnered from national and international institutions).

Currently, UBA has 19 African subsidiaries, contributing about 20% of the Group’s balance sheet, with a target of contributing 50%. We’re on a quest to build the strongest domestic and African brand.

Types Of United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited Account In Ghana

UBA Savings Account

UBA Savings Account is an interest bearing account that helps customers build up funds

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Employee Savings Account

The UBA Employee account is a savings account designed for an efficient salary/pay roll administration for organisations. This is designed for employees in the private and public sectors of the economy.

Lion Prime Individual Account

Lion Prime product is a zero COT and remunerated current account designed to meet the needs of customers who desire to maximize returns on their accounts.

Ruby Current Account Premium

Ruby current account is a gender specific product designed for discerning women so as to satisfy some of their special business and personal needs.

Ruby Current Account Classic

Ruby current account is a gender specific product designed for discerning women so as to satisfy some of their special business and personal needs.

Lion Prime Corporate Account

Lion Prime product is a zero COT and remunerated current account designed to meet the needs of customers who desire to maximize returns on their accounts.

Requirements To United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited Account In Ghana

  • 1 Recent Passport Photograph
  • Valid means of ID
  • Utility Bill (not more than 3 months old)

Charges Involved In Opening United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited Account In Ghana

In opening an account at United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited, the bank does not charge her client for opening of bank accounts with them. But after processing of the opening of the bank account is completed, the customer is expected to deposit a minimum balance in the account he/she created. This minimum amount ranges from GHC 20 to GHC 200 depending on the account.

How To Open A Bank Account With United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited In Ghana

Walk into any branch of United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Limited with document listed like utility bills, passport photo Ghana Card Id and talk to the customer service that you want to open an account. The customer service personnel will then refer you to the designated bank official to help you open an account of your choice.

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