ASN Financial Services receives international recognition

8177977983581_5268847748378ASN Financial Services Limited (ASN-FSL), a wholly owned Ghanaian financial institution, has received international award for demonstrating strong commitment to quality and excellence in serving its clients.

The company received the International Quality Crown (IQC) award in the Gold category with a citation for its outstanding achievements from the Business Initiative Directions (BID) at the Guoman Tower Convention Hall in London.

The IQC is an annual programme of the Business Initiative Directions (BID) awards designed to recognize the prestige of outstanding companies, organizations and businessmen in the business world.

This year’s ceremony which was held in London brought together companies from 49 countries together with leaders from different business fields, professional from the world of economics, arts and corporate image, quality experts as well as academic personalities and representatives of the diplomatic corps.

The Managing Director of ASN-FSL, Mr. Johannes Okutu who received the prestigious award dedicated it to his hard working staff.

He also celebrated the collaborative efforts of employees and clients for driving the company to this reputable height.

The ASN Managing Director reiterated the company’s mission of exceeding customers’ expectations by providing outstanding products and services through innovations created by talented, satisfied employees, while positively contributing to the Ghanaian society.

Mr. Johannes Okutu further encouraged Ghanaians to walk into any of the branches of ASN-FSL to experience the benefits of the financial solutions in investments, credit, remittance and mortgage provided by the company.

Also, President and Chief Executive Officer of BID, Mr. Jose E. Prieto, described ASN-FSL as an icon of commitment to leadership, technology and innovation, making them a model for others in the financial service


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