The Chief Executive Officer of Africa Investment Group, Dr Samuel Ankrah, has called on the banks to institute seminars for those graduates who are still unemployed but have the spirit to start their own business.
This would help to open up new and profitable ideas for economy.
Dr Ankrah said at 14th Ghana Banking Awards in Accra that such seminars not only help the beneficiaries but also provides the opportunities to the banks as agents of the change.
The theme of the award ceremony was “Identifying and rewarding excellence in the banking services proposition,”.
He also expressed his concern about investment of heritage fund.
He revealed that an investment of more than $400 million could provide more than 20,000 rental housing for doctors, nurses, public and civil servants and general populace at large.
He said there is a need to establish sustainable cash flow for managers of economy and national budget.
He also urged the banks to evaluate its contribution to storage, tillage, value-added processing, exports in agricultural sector and research and development in the timber and also mining sectors by considering that the country relied on these commodities.
He stated that the youth of the country are eager to get into farming sector.
He wondered on the behavior of banking as they had shied away from an adventurous spirit, the spirit that built so called ‘tiger economies’ that admired by many of us.
Further he said that with the help of proper screening and recovery schedule the banking system could grab from government more efficiently.
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