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Are Banks Allowed to Name and Shame Defaulting Customers?

Banking and Finance Corporate and Commercial Opinions and Articles

In 1896, the Bank of British West Africa (which later became the Standard Chartered Bank) opened its first branch in Accra. Between 1920-1950, the Bank of British West Africa and Barclays Bank were the only banks operating in the Gold Coast[1]. The banking landscape has since changed and Ghana now has...

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