ADB - Agricultural Development Bank
Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) is a universal bank offering full range of banking products and services in retail, commercial, corporate and investment banking. The company was set up in 1965 by Act 286 and is wholly publicly-owned. The Government owns 52% of the shareholding, with the remaining 48% held by the Financial Investment Trust on behalf of the Bank of Ghana. ADB aims to be among the top tier performing banks in Ghana, balancing market orientation with a development focus on agriculture.
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Monetary values are quoted in Ghana Cedi (GHS) unless otherwise stated
ADB Market Performance
Profile of Agricultural Development Bank
Agricultural Development Bank operates in the Financials sector.
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Accra Financial Centre, 3rd Ambassadorial Development Area, Ridge, Accra