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Outgoing Access Bank Official defends Liberian creditors

Mulbah Kessellie

(elbcradio.com/Sept. 21, 2015)-Outgoing Access Bank Chief Executive Officer, Olivia Heseh, has strongly disputed the notion that Liberian business people cannot pay back loans.

Mr. Heseh said ordinary Liberian businessmen are living up to the confidence reposed in them by various local banking institutions.

He made the statement at a farewell program held in his honor in Monrovia by the Liberian Bankers Association, following four years of dedicated and selfless services to the banking sector of the country.

The Access Bank Executive also said: “Records from various financial institutions show that Liberians have been paying back monies loaned from the banking community, especially loans from Access bank.” Access bank is the largest micro credit entity in the country.

Mr. Heseh then lauded the Liberian business community for proving their detractors wrong by timely paying their loans from the various local banks.
He called on financial institutions to support Liberians engaged in businesses as they strive to take over their country’s economy.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Central Bank Governor for Fiscal Affairs, Boimah Kamara, says the Liberian baking sector will make maximum use of the professional expertise of the former Access Bank’s Chief Executive Officer.

Governor Kamara said: “Mr. Heseh’s services to the Liberian people for the past four years will always be remembered by ordinary Liberian business people.”

“The outgoing Access Bank CEO’s services to the Liberian banking community have been remarkable over the years through the provision of micro loans to Liberian owned businesses,” he also noted.

Also speaking at the ceremony, Liberian Bank for Development and Investment President, John Davis, lauded Mr. Heseh for rendering such dedicated and excellent services to the Liberian business community over the years.

Mr. Davis noted: “The Liberian business community will always remembered Mr. Heseh for providing millions of dollars as micro loans to ordinary Liberian entrepreneurs.”

 


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