Bayport few long-serving employees who have been with the company for 15 to 20 years, respectively, received the appropriate recognition and rewards for their dedication to and contributions to the expansion of the company over the previous 20 years.
The premier provider of financial services, Bayport Savings and Loans Plc, celebrated its 20th anniversary with a dinner and awards ceremony to honor some of its long-serving employees and partners. Over the weekend, Accra hosted the vibrant ceremony.
The occasion provided an opportunity to consider the company’s history of providing government employees with easy payroll lending services and wide-ranging savings and investment options across the country. In a brief speech to partners and shareholders, Mr. Akwasi Aboagye, CEO of Bayport Savings and Loans, stated that the company’s consistent growth has been made possible by strong corporate values that have guided the organization’s evolution and digital transition, with an emphasis on ethics, risk management, customer service, integrity, and transparency.
Additionally, the company’s employees started voluntary humanitarian projects to help the less fortunate kids at the Nectar Foundation in Krobo Odumase and the Haven of Hope Foundation in Medie, Nsawam, both in the Eastern Region. They gave both schools thirty laptops and necessary supplies, and Joshua Doku Korley, a Nectar Foundation student, was awarded a full Bayport scholarship to fund his four years of postsecondary education in technology.
With the goal of enabling the aspirations of common Ghanaians, Bayport was founded in 2003 and has since experienced substantial growth. Serving more than 180,000 clients nationwide, the business offers money for a range of necessities, including healthcare and education. The business is emphasized as having a 20 percent market share and being Ghana’s top lender for government employee payrolls.