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NOTICE TO ALL SHAREHOLDERS

The Board invites shareholders wishing to become DIRECTORS of the Bank to submit application to be guided by the under-listed conditions;

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

  • The applicant must be a shareholder of the Bank and also have a specialized knowledge in the following; Banking, Accounting, Law, Management, Agriculture, ICT,
  • Applicant must possess academic qualifications not below DIPLOMA level or their equivalents to enable them understand and easily interpret the language of Banking. He/she must pass the Bank of Ghana’s Proper and Fitness test criteria.
  • Shareholders who aspire to be directors should have a minimum of 10,000 Ordinary Shares held not less than three years after acquisition.
  • Applicant must be proposed and seconded by two shareholders, who have at least 5,000 ordinary shares each, held not less than three years after acquisition. A letter, duly signed by the two persons, together with valid national identity cards and shareholding certificates must be attached to the application letter.
  • Voting for qualified contestants shall be at the Bank’s Annual General Meeting (AGM), according to the NUMBER OF SHARES (Pool voting).

Any QUALIFIED shareholder can submit his/her application letter, attached with CV, academic/professional Certificates, shareholding Certificates, a valid National identity card and Attestation letter from the two persons (specified # 4) to the Board Secretary, not later than WEDNESDAY, 13TH OCTOBER, 2021 at Head Office – ANTOAKROM.

Thank you.

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Amansie West Rural Bank Limited, one of the foremost formidable Rural Banks in the Ashanti Region was established and incorporated as a limited liability company under the company’s code “Act 179” of 1963 on 3rd October 1983. It was then certified to commence business within the region on 22nd October 1983.

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  • Head Office: Antoakrom, Box 348, Bekwai, Ashanti Region
  • (+233) 0277-599442 | 020-2519957 | 050-3657262
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