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Savings Deposit, Susu Savings Deposit, Susu Money Box Deposit, Current Account (Demand Deposit), Fixed Deposit

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I-Trans Domestic Funds Transfer and Western Union Transfer

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Commercial Loan, Susu Loans, Micro Finance Loans, Salary Advance, Settlement Loans, Overdraft, ACH

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The Kwaebibirem Rural Bank was established in 1984 and opened its doors to the public for banking business on 25th August, 1984, initially to serve the people of Kwaebibirem and its environs. It was promoted by indigenes from the area with an initial capital of GH¢150.00 (¢1,500,000 old cedis).Shares of the bank are opened to everybody who desires to become a shareholder.

The bank serves many towns and villages in the catchment area with a total population of over 113,271 (Based on the available data from the Kwaebibirem District Assembly). The operational area has many commercial activities in the catchment area.


Kwaebibirem Rural Bank donates towards Covid-19 fight

The Board of Directors of Kwaebibirem Rural Bank, led by its Chairman Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, has donated items to the communities in which the bank operates to help fight Covid-19.

Kwaebibirem Rural Bank develops innovative 'Susu Money Box' micro-savings

Kwaebibirem Rural Bank has developed an innovative product called Susu Money Box which has helped the bank to increase its deposit with a growth of 10.89% in 2018.

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