They have paid their dues in full and that’s why we appreciate them on this day!
Gold Coast Holding Ghana is sub-branched into Gold Coast Pensions, Gold Coast Brokerage, Gold Coast Fund Management and Gold Coast Portfolio Management, and in the over 25-years of providing quality service to more than 800,000 clients and 19 branches across the nation.
In a Meet-The-Press gathering which saw top executives (like the Chief Executive Office, Mr Kwame Asomaning, and General Manager, Mr Boakye Mensah) of the company and the media (including yours Ytainment) have a tête-à-tête, we were opened to the fact that the company seeks to not only create happiness alone but, rather celebrate with its clients and assure them that, in the wake of all these financial cataclysms that other companies are facing leading to panic and lack of trust from clients, they are safe and still in operation.
During the cheerful meeting, we gathered that the company has been of colossal help to the country by mostly pre-financing a lot of projects in the past two decades and a half, helping to raise the operational standards of contractors, petty traders, etc.
As the conversation was sweetening, we were told by Mr Asomaning that most celebrities in Ghana lacked the full details on how to invest ahead of the future. “There is a huge need for celebrities in this country to invest in their futures while they are still relevant. By so doing, by the time, they get to their peak and can no longer be efficient in the market; they can rely on the returns on their investments.”
Although the conversation revolved around some celebrities who lacked the knowledge, we were quick to be updated that the company once started a policy with the Musicians Union of Ghana, (MUSIGA) but the plan did not go as expected so there was a mutual understanding to end the deal; though there was still room for collaboration.