Sinapi Aba Savings and Loans is a new company born out of Sinapi Aba Trust. It is a Non-Banking Financial Institution licensed under the Non-Bank Financial institutions Act 2008(Act 774), authorized to carry on the business of Savings and Loans on the 28th of March, 2013 in Ghana. All loan and savings activities that were previously managed by the Trust are new under the care of the savings and loans company. Sinapi Aba Savings and Loans offer a variety of loan and savings products.
To serve as a Mustard Seed through which opportunities for enterprises development and income generation are provided to the economically disadvantaged to transform their lives.
We seek to become an institution dedicated to the building of a nation under the Almighty God where the strong help the weak And all people have the dignity of providing for themselves, their families , their church and their communities.
RESPECT - COMMITMENT TO THE POOR - INTEGRITY - STEWARDSHIP
Sinapi Aba donates to KCCR Sinapi Aba on 17th April 2020 donated some items to the South Suntreso Hospital and Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research (KCCR), as part of its contribution to help fight the Corona Virus.
Dr Agyarko Poku, head of the Suntreso Hospital and Prof. Richard Phillips the head of KCCR expressed their gratitude for the gesture and called for a concerted effort by all to fight this pandemic.
Meanwhile, management of Sinapi Aba is set to make more of such donations to various institutions across the country.
We have tailored-made products to cover all areas of economic & societal needs. We have current accounts for the fast paced individuals and corporate organizations, as well as investment accounts for children to cater for short term and long term investments.
Flexi Savings Account
Premium Investment Account
Sinapi Susu Account
Sinapi Current Account
Smart Kids Account
Sinapi Aba offer remittance services to its clients as well as the general public. The services are present and can be accessed in all of Sinapi Branches nationwide. Services offered are from three main institutions as follows:
• Merban and Moneygram
• Western Union
• Cash 4 Africa