Earlier this week, leading financial technology (FinTech) provider, Zeepay, has officially opened its state-of-the-art campus in the Cantonments enclave in Accra, signifying a major step in its expansion drive and infrastructure investment.
The move represents another first for the FinTech, after becoming the first indigenous player to be licensed as an Electronic Money Issuer by the regulator and gives further insight into the medium to long-term strategy of the company.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, its Managing Director, Andrew Takyi-Appiah chronicled the journey of his outfit since inception and said the building is both symbolic and functional.
“What you see here today is as a result of our die-hard spirit to satisfy our business-to-business clients and their receivers. It is a strong commitment to be relevant at all cost and to ensure that Ghana goes on the world map. Today we are delighted that after five and a half years of operations we can celebrate this beautiful edifice which is a testament of our hard work,” he said.
He also suggested that the distinctive features of the building – artificial intelligence-operated cameras, green solutions, a gym and swimming pool among others – were placed with staff wellbeing in mind and added that the company will continue to innovate across the entire spectrum of its operations.
Expressing similar sentiments, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Paa Kwasi Yankey, revealed that the choice of location was to ensure convenience of access for customers as well as proximity to other leading business institutions.