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Union S&L Scoops CIMGs Emerging Brand of the Year
 
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28-Sep-2015  
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Union Savings and Loans has been awarded the Charted Institute of Marketing, Ghana (CIMG) 2014 Emerging Brand of the year.

This was at the 2014 Annual CIMG Awards event held on Saturday September 19, 2015 in Accra.

The Chief Executive of Union Savings and Loans Philip Oti Mensah was elated to receive the award on behalf of the company and added that despite the numerous challenges we faced as a country, he is proud Union stood out to scoop such a prestigious award.

In an interview with Peacefmonline.com, Philip Oti Mensah congratulated his staff members for the hard work they put in to reap such an award. “I want to say this is for the staff, they’ve worked so hard towards this and I want to appreciate their efforts.”
 





In a citation presented to the fast-growing financial institution, Union was described as leaving no stone unturned in ensuring it becomes the facility of choice when the customer thinks of savings and loans.

Through transactions and provision of services to individuals and businesses, your high quality services have ensured customer satisfaction to the SMEs.

With a technology-driven system, you have become the company of choice in the savings and loans segment of the market.

“With a blend of excellent market knowledge, teamwork, well mapped-out distribution networks and robust market insights, you have taken the savings and loans business to another level, which is evident in the high-end low-end market that you currently serve”.
 
 
Source: Peacefmonline.com
 
 

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