The Central Bank of Ghana, known popularly in the financial sector as the Bank of Ghana has the sole responsibility to license and regulate the financial sector so it has released a list of banks in Ghana.
After the 2018 banking sector reform in Ghana, the central bank of Ghana dissolved five banks to form what is now called the Consolidated Bank while others that could not meet the minimum capital requirement of GHC400 million were downgraded.
Banks in Ghana today have reduced the burden of carrying money while traveling since one can make payments using online platforms or credit and debit cards issued by the respective banks.
In this article, I am going to help you identify a list of banks that according to the financial sector regulators, are in good standing to accept deposits and investments.
List of Banks In Ghana
If you are in Ghana, here is a list of banks in Ghana that are in good standing and worthy of keeping your money and other valuables as well as investments until you may need them again.
- Access Bank (Ghana) Limited
- ADB Bank Limited
- Bank of Africa, Ghana Ltd
- Bank of Baroda (Ghana) Limited
- Banque Sahélo-Saharienne pour I’Investissement et le Commerce BSIC (Ghana) Limited
- Barclays Bank of Ghana Ltd.
- CAL Bank Limited
- Consolidated Bank Ghana Limited
- Ecobank Ghana Limited
- Fidelity Bank Limited
- First Atlantic Bank Ltd
- First National Bank (Ghana) Ltd
- GCB Bank Limited
- GN Bank Limited
- Guaranty Trust Bank (Ghana) Limited
- Republic Bank (Ghana) Ltd
- National Investment Bank Ltd
- Prudential Bank Limited
- Societe General (Ghana) Limited
- Stanbic Bank Ghana Ltd
- Standard Chartered Bank (Ghana) Limited
- United Bank for Africa (Ghana) Ltd.
- Universal Merchant Bank Ltd
- Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited
- Premium Bank Ltd
- OmniBank Ghana Limited
- Heritage Bank Limited
- GHL Bank Limited
- ARB Apex Bank Ltd
- African Development Bank
- Data Bank
Above, you have a list of all banks that are licensed to operate in the financial sector of Ghana by the Bank of Ghana as well as the Securities and Exchange Commission.