Payment Partners

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 GCB GCB - Ghana Commercial Bank

Ghana Commercial Bank Ltd. started in 1953 as the Bank of the Gold Coast to provide banking services to the emerging nation for socio-economic development. The Bank was to provide special attention to Ghanaian traders, business people and farmers who could not elicit support from the expatriate banks. In 1957, when Ghana attained independence, Bank of Ghana was established as the Central Bank while the Bank of the Gold Coast was renamed Ghana Commercial Bank to focus solely on commercial banking services. Since then GCB branches have been opened across the length and breadth of the nation tapping the potential of the 10 regions that make Ghana.

The Bank had been wholly government owned until 1996 when under the economic recovery programme part of the government ownership was divested. Today government ownership stands at 21.36% while institutional and individual holdings add up to 78.64%.

From the one branch of the 1950s, GCB now has over 150 branches and 11 agencies throughout the country.

GCB abounds in high quality human resource, which stands at 2,101 as at the end of 2009. This is remarkable when one considers that the Bank started with a staff of 27. Currently there are professionals of various disciplines who work in tandem to achieve the objectives of the Bank. The growth of the Bank has been synonymous with its customer base. During the first five years of the Bank's operations, our customers were mainly small Ghanaian traders (now termed SMEs) and other nationals who were expected to maintain credit balance accounts because the Bank was then not adequately capitalized. From the small trader as customer, GCB now has a customer profile that ranges from salaried workers through small and medium scale entrepreneurs to large trading concerns, quasi-governmental institutions and corporate customers.

GCB provides a wide range of products and services for the benefit. of its customers. From the traditional products of the Current/Savings Accounts, GCB now offers specialized products and services including Link2Home for Ghanaians resident abroad, doorstep cash collection, loans and overdrafts. There are also investment products like treasury bills as well as fixed and call deposits. These are cut to suit the individual needs of customers.

In addition, GCB has taken advantage of an enhanced information technology system, to introduce Internet Banking (Commernet Plus), Royal Banking, Smart Pay (Fee Payments), Kudi Nkosuo, GCB Inland Express Money Transfer, International Money Remittance Payments, GCB Kidistar Account and MasterCard.

Today GCB can boast of being the widest networked Bank in Ghana.

Contact:   0302-665421 Ext. 2342


Zenith Zenith Bank

Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited is a privately owned African bank incorporated in April 2005 under the Ghana Banking ACT 2004 (ACT 673) and a Subsidiary of Zenith Bank PLC.

The vision of Zenith Bank Ghana is to become a leading, technology-driven, global financial institution, providing distinctively unique range of financial services. The overall vision of the bank is to make the Zenith brand a reputable international financial services network recognised for innovation, superior customer service and performance while creating premium value for all stakeholders. In Ghana, our vision is "to be a reference point in the provision of prompt, flawless and innovative banking services in the Ghanaian Banking industry".

Zenith Bank is the only bank licensed to offer Web Acquiring Services by VISA International. They therefore are the bank processing VISA transactions on the platform.

Contact:   0302-665421 Ext. 2342


eT eTranzact

ETranzact is Nigeria's first award winning multi-application and multi-channel electronic transaction switching and payment processing platform. eTranzact has operations in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Cote d'Ivoire, and UK and is currently expanding operations to more and more countries in the world.

ETranzact was launched in September 2003, and has today evolved into a brand with global reach extending its innovative services to include products which cut across virtually all aspects of the e-payment space; ATM, Internet, POS, and Mobile. The company currently has operations in six other countries around the world; South Africa, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Cote d’voire and United Kingdom

Since Inception, eTranzact has deployed its mobile payment solutions to banks and non bank financial institutions alike. Etransact offers services that support governments, educational institutions, Banking and Travel & Transportation sectors. ETranzact offers several products including: Mobile Top-up, eRemit, ATM CardlexCash and many more.

Contact: 0302-233200 / 0302-235100


PAYALL Payall Payment Network

Payall is an innovative and secure electronic payment collection and management platform that works with Banks and assists public and private sector organizations in collecting bills, fees, licenses, invoices, taxes, vouchers etc. The platform supports Money transfer and (in phase 2) the collection of remittances through a central and cost effective solution. In addition Payall supports payment handling for other financial services like micro finance products, including loans and savings targeted at the poor and low-income population.

Services are available at Payall Points, Payall Merchants (3rd party organizations adding a Payall facility to their existing collection network), from mobile Payall agents, Payall website or Payall Wallet (Card or Mobile Wallet).

Payment methods supported include:

  •  Cash & cash vouchers
  •  Cheque payments
  •  Payall Wallet (physical card or virtual Mobile Wallet)
  •  Debit & Credit Cards (Visa Electron, Visa, etc.)
  •  Mobile Money accounts (MTN, Airtel, etc.)

Types of Payments include:

  •  Bill payment/invoice settlement national/international
  •  Utility payments (electricity, water, DSTV, phone bills, etc.)
  •  Prepaid top-ups (mobile networks, transport, etc.)
  •  International remittances
  •  Governmental tax bills & other services (IRS, DVLA etc.)
  •  Local Government revenue collection (rates, tolls etc.)