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Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom

  • From next week, we will demonstrate to GN Bank’s 1.2 million customers and Gold Coast Fund Management’s 800,000 customers that their funds are safe with us.

    I have been gone from Ghana for about three weeks. I have been on a business trip to encourage Ghanaians and non Ghanaians interested in doing business in Ghana to invest through our company, Groupe Nduom.

  • Why is it that when a Ghanaian company faces challenges, the answer is close it, make noise and disgrace the owners? Aren’t challenges meant to be solved?

    This evening, I am asking why? Why is it that no Ghanaian bank has crossed the boundary and established in other African countries or the UK, Europe, Asia?

  • The inferno that engulfed Amansan Television (ATV) (located within the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel premises) yesterday was caused by a faulty air conditioning unit, owners of the facility have said.

  • Mr Butler - the President and Board Chairman of Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs - and Dr Nduom will represent the 16 Ghana Premier League clubs during the meeting.

    Former Ghana Football Association (GFA) chairman Nana Sam Brew Butler and owner of Elmina Sharks FC, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, have been included in Ghana’s delegation to meet with world football governing body, FIFA, as part of efforts to put in place interim measures to allow the continuation of football in the country.

  • Internship opportunities and vacation jobs with the over 64 Groupe Nduom companies have all been guaranteed for the pioneering students and indeed all students who enroll with the Nduom School of Business and Technology (NBST).

    The President and Chairman of Groupe Nduom, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, has given Gh₵80,000 as seed capital to the first eight students of the Nduom School of Business and Technology (NBS&T) to start and manage a new company to be formed by them.

  • He, therefore, appealed to the youth, particularly, those within the Cape Coast Municipality and its environs to take advantage and enrol on the programmes which had ready job markets for successful graduates.

    The National Accreditation Board (NAB) has given accreditation to the Nduom School of Business and Technology, to run four Diploma programmes leading to degrees.

  • We became toxic in a few months. For some customers, a “friend” had become an “enemy”.

    In 1997, we set out to invest and develop “the People’s Bank”. After nine years of planning, preparation and interactions with the Bank of Ghana, First National Savings & Loans Company Limited was granted a license to open for business in May 2006.

  • Many investors do not read the fine print or the rules that govern the products they go after. As a consequence, in Ghana, many people just ask how much they will get for every cedi they invest.

    A lot has been said and done about the banking reforms in Ghana and the use of taxpayer funds to guarantee deposits and pay them back to customers.

  • Businessman extraordinaire and owner of Elmina Sharks, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, has called out the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for what he considers ongoing shenanigans within the Association that includes football administrators and referees taking bribes to predetermine the outcome of soccer games.

  • The Chairman of Groupe Nduom (GN), Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom, and two others are praying the High Court to direct the BoG and its agents to restore the collapsed GN Savings and Loans Company Limited to its former status.

    The Accra High Court has directed the Bank of Ghana (BoG) and other respondents not to act in a way that will jeopardise the outcome of an application for interlocutory injunction on the revocation of the licence of GN Savings and Loans Company Limited.

  • The President of Elmina Sharks, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has dismissed media reports alleging that fans of the club launched a missile which struck referee Yakubu Nuhu Liman midway through their Ghana Premier League clash with Medeama SC yesterday at the Nduom Stadium.

  • The founder of Groupe Nduom, Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has described the fire that destroyed a portion of his property located on the premises of the Coconut Grove regency Hotel in Accra as his most difficult challenge as an entrepreneur.

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