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ETI - Ecobank Transnational Incorporated

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Ecobank Transnational Inc. (ETI) is a pan-African banking conglomerate, with banking operations in 33 African countries. It is the leading independent regional banking group in West Africa and Central Africa, serving wholesale and retail customers. The company maintains subsidiaries in Eastern Africa and Southern Africa. ETI has representative offices in Angola, China, Dubai, France, South Africa and in the UK. In December 2011, Bank of Ghana gave approval for Ecobank to acquire 100% interest in The Trust Bank (TTB).

Ecobank Transnational Incorporated is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE). Ecobank is traded on the GSE under the ticker symbol “ETI”. The International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) of GSE:ETI is TG0000000132. Ecobank Transnational Incorporated is currently the fourth most valuable stock on the GSE with a market capitalization of GHS 3.61 billion, which makes about 5.36% of the Ghana Stock Exchange equity market.

ETI0.15 ▪ 0.00
5 hours ago
Last Trading Results
Opening Price
Day’s Low Price
Day’s High Price
Traded Volume1,071
Number of Deals
Gross Turnover
Growth & Valuation
Earnings Per Share0.0963
Price/Earning Ratio1.56
Dividend Per Share0.0093
Dividend Yield6.2%
Shares Outstanding24.1B
Market Capitalization3.61B
Monetary values are quoted in Ghana Cedi (GHS) unless otherwise stated

ETI Stock Market Performance


The current share price of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI) is GHS 0.15. ETI closed its last trading day (Thursday, March 30, 2023) at 0.15 GHS per share on the Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE).

Ecobank Transnational is the 11th most traded stock on the Ghana Stock Exchange over the past three months (Dec 29, 2022 - Mar 30, 2023). ETI has traded a total volume of 104,387 shares valued at GHS 15,658 over the period, with an average of 1,657 traded shares per session. A volume high of 30,000 was achieved on February 3rd for the same period. The table below details the last 10 trading days of activity of Ecobank on the Ghana Stock Exchange.


Profile of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated

Ecobank Transnational Incorporated operates in the Financials sector, specifically, the Banking industry.

Factsheet of Ecobank Transnational Incorporated

2365, Boulevard du Mono, B.P. 3261, Lomé, Togo
+228-22-210-303, +228-22-213-168, +228-22-215-119

ETI Industrial Market Competitors

Ecobank Transnational Incorporated, issuers of the ETI stock on the Ghana Stock Exchange, have a number of market competitors who are also engaged in the Financials sector and/or Banking industry. The table below presents an overview of the market standing of the top 10 by year-to-date performance.

Index of African Stock Exchanges:

  1. Botswana Stock Exchange
  2. BRVM Stock Exchange
  3. Ghana Stock Exchange
  4. Johannesburg Stock Exchange
  5. Lusaka Securities Exchange
  6. Malawi Stock Exchange
  7. Nairobi Securities Exchange
  8. Nigerian Stock Exchange
  9. Uganda Securities Exchange
  10. Zimbabwe Stock Exchange


  1. Irene ForsonIrene Forson
    Apr 5, 2022 13:43 GMT

    I haven't received my ETI shares divided since 2011 . Please can someone assist?

    1. KofiKofi
      Nov 9, 2022 19:36 GMT

      Kindly contact you broker... They will help you.

  2. Aheto NukunuAheto Nukunu
    Mar 18, 2022 16:13 GMT

    I am an ETI Shares holder'i didn't have any certificate since 2008 please help me to retrieve the certificate and moreover the address I have used to bought the shares is no longer exists please help me i don't know what to do.

    1. KofiKofi
      Nov 9, 2022 19:38 GMT

      Contact your broker or the Registrar of ETI ie GCB Registry.

  3. Bebey-Ines MBENGBebey-Ines MBENG
    Mar 9, 2022 12:35 GMT

    Please the dividend per share which is stated might be a mistake.
    The company declared $0.0016 per share and the equivalent in cedis is not 0.9308 Ghs. The usd to cedis rate is around 7.

    1. KofiKofi
      Mar 16, 2022 07:38 GMT

      Very true... But the declaration of a dividend alone is a positive step and it confirms ETI is on an upward turn it's a definite buy and hold share now.

  4. BrunoBruno
    Jan 27, 2022 07:26 GMT

    The Eti shares is the most fraudulent transaction ever. I bought the Shares in 2008,just like the rest of you,received a paltry ,insulting dividend only once and that was it. 14 years down the line the price per Share at 0.14. Totally ridiculous ?.My regret is that I should have use all the money to buy lands when it was offered to me by the owners in Ashiaman. They were begging me to buy as many as I want but I was scared and just bought 3 plot of lands. Two for myself and one for my mum at the 3000 ie 1000 ghc each in 2008..Now a plot of that area and even far off from my location are been sold at 50000 to 70,000 ghc.I was having the cash then but was scared to buy more considering land dispute issues In Ghana,hence use the 5000 (50 million old cedis) to buy the Eti shares. I have been away from Ghana for 8 years now ,the day I will set foot in Ghana will.head straight up there to sell my shares or claim my fucking money. With the rate ridiculously shit, who will even buy. That 50m old cedis even if it was a fixed deposited in a bank,would have even earned some interest on top of that money ?. Regrettable indeed.

    1. BrunoBruno
      Jan 27, 2022 07:28 GMT


  5. MKMK
    Dec 31, 2021 17:51 GMT

    So I also bought the same shares in 2008. In 2009, I bought SIC shares. The SIC shares gained some value and I sold them.

    What I can say is that experienced investors try as much as possible to avoid IPOs. The reason is that shares that sold during IPOs are overvalued 95% of the time. Of course some IPOs can also be good. So the IPO for ETI share was overvalued. After 13 years, we see the true value of the shares.

    I think diversification is important. Have some fixed income securities and equity as well. Given the high risk associated with equity, the risk averse investor should give more weight to fixed income assets like the Treasury bill and bonds from government.

    1. beatricebeatrice
      Jan 20, 2023 21:08 GMT

      Hello Peter,
      Please how much do you think ETI share value will be worth today, if I bought 1000 shares in 2009?

  6. Bebey Ines mbengBebey Ines mbeng
    Nov 20, 2021 17:16 GMT

    Good Day everyone !!
    Trust you are all fine here.

    I have been through your comments and I can realize ,some of you are see no more value holding some ETI shares.

    Being a long term investor, I am ready to get some shares from the people who want to sell theirs.
    Interested people should contact me via mail ( ) or by phone 0545720124. You will transfer your shares to me and and will pay you directly. Cash or bank transfer as you desire. Then we’ll avoid various fees.

    Note: only ETI Shareholders on the Ghana stock exchange are concerned.
    But before that I will need to confirm that you really have ETI shares. ( CSD statement)
    Thank you

  7. Charles O. AkhidueCharles O. Akhidue
    Nov 1, 2021 18:43 GMT

    Even you? Bought same shares 2008. Received dividends 1 time and didn't hear from them again.

  8. Tairu abdulTairu abdul
    Sep 28, 2021 09:01 GMT

    i bought eti share since 2008 worth 41000 now i lost the sim card i use for the registration and i receive my dividence once,sin then nothing come up and i want sell it now what should i do? my present line +2347068300880 any way foward pls call me sir! certificate everything is available.

    1. HafizHafiz
      Jun 3, 2022 06:12 GMT

      We are all in de same shoes, but what u will do is take ur share certificate to ur national ecobank main office am sure ur problem will be solved.

  9. Okafor Jude OsitaOkafor Jude Osita
    Oct 2, 2021 04:31 GMT

    I bought this multi billion share at Lagos Nigeria in 2008 and received the dividend once and never heard from you guys again. Pls I really wants to know what's happening bcos I believe it ought to have gain good money all this years but if not so, I plea to have my money back.
    Incase of necessity, this is my number
    +2348065053452. and
    ecobank account
    Okafor Jude O.

  10. Peter DonkorPeter Donkor
    Sep 2, 2021 05:32 GMT

    I bought ETI shares in 2008 and have received only one dividend payment. I want to sell my shares. What do I do?

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