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ABOUT CIG

A subsidiary of Abrempong Holdings, CIG Microfinance is currently one of Ghana's fastest growing micro finance institutions with an inherent disposition to become the best in the industry. With over 160 highly motivated, well trained and passionate staff, nine state-of-the-art branches and still counting , CIG Microfinance continues to offer an assorted bouquet of tailor-made financial solutions to the economically active poor, the unbanked, smart individuals with unique financial needs and thrivings SME's . Hence, our clientele base cuts across both the formal and informal sectors of the economy. While our primary goal is to ensure that the expectations of our clients are not only met but exceeded, CIG is also committed to delivering superior value to all stakeholders.

Our story, however had a much smaller and a more humble beginning than what it is today; haven registered in February 2009 by the Registrar General's office of the Republic of Ghana, CIG, then CREDIT INTELLIGENCE COMPANY LIMITED,was a debt and Human resource management firm that was outsourced by notable organizations such as; Ecobank Ghana Limited, TV3 Network , Habitat for Humanity, Provident Life Assurance Company Limited and many others. Over time and by the help of God, our ambitious team, under the leadership of an astute management worked our way to the top to achieve an impeccable track record that propelled our entry into the financial industry.

Our expertise, confidence and dynamic approach in business has enabled us to build and develop a sales distribution model, which is one of the most effective in our Industry. Additionally, CIG's Sales Force has been developed through a strict selection process, intensive training and well-structured performance management system. In line with the Abrempong Holdings' culture of attaching a sense of royalty to every service, CIG continues to nurture our customer relationships with keen emphasis on Tender, Loving, Care (TLC).

CIG is now fully licensed and regulated by the Bank of Ghana, and our stated capital stands at Seven Million Ghana Cedis (¢ 7, 000 000.00).