Société Générale Ghana Limited Job Vacancies
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We value the talents we hire and that is why we are focused on ‘BUILDING TEAM SPIRIT TOGETHER’ at all times. In order to offer our clients the best proposition at all times we take the development of our employees very seriously, and are willing to welcome you to a team that is focused on INNOVATION, COMMITMENT, RESPONSIBILITY and TEAM SPIRIT in meeting and anticipating the needs of OUR CLIENTS.
We are an equal opportunities employer, and provide the necessary tools, training and development to support our valued staff. Whether you have taken off in your career already, and are looking out for a major turn in your career that will further challenge you as a Professional Hire or you are just leaving school ready to explore the world of opportunities out there through our Graduate Recruitment Program, you are always welcome to be that I in our TEAM SPIRIT!
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Societe Generale Ghana Limited, formerly SG-SSB was incorporated on February 7, 1975 as “Security Guarantee Trust Limited”. It was founded in 1975 as a private limited liability company to provide banking services for the Ghanaian market, with SSNIT as its sole shareholder. In 1976, the name was changed to “Social Security Bank Limited” or “SSB” and received a licence to operate as a bank in that same year. It began banking operations in 1977.
In 1994, as part of the restructuring of the banking system, SSB Bank and the “National Savings and Credit Bank”, a small commercial bank jointly owned by Government and BOG were merged; the consideration being the issue by SSB of new shares representing 7.6% of its issued shares. The following year, the Government of Ghana divested its 21% stake in the bank and it was converted to a public limited liability company as part of its preparations toward the Company’s Initial Public Offer (IPO). The company subsequently listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange on October 13, 1995.