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The Bank of Ghana on Culture and Trust

The Bank of Ghana on Culture and Trust

by Starling Insights

Starling Insights Editorial Board

Nov 27, 2023


The Bank of Ghana has long emphasized the critical role of trust in the banking industry and highlighted the potential threat to stability and integrity posed by misconduct. In a recent speech at the Chartered Institute of Bankers' 27th National Banking and Ethics Conference, Governor Ernest Addison stressed the importance of high standards of professionalism and ethics in the financial sector to maintain public trust and stimulate economic growth.

"Indeed, the importance of ethical behaviour in banking and financial markets has never been as relevant as it is today because of the moral and economic efficiency issues involved," he said.

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