National Investment Bank
National Investment Bank, normally abbreviated to NIB, is a state owned commercial bank in Ghana. It is one of the commercial banks licensed by the Bank of Ghana, the national banking regulator.
NIB is Ghana’s first development bank. It was established in 1963 primarily to promote rapid industrialization in all sectors of the Ghanaian economy. To execute its mandate, the Bank has undergone management, institutional, and financial restructuring. This is to strengthen its status as a world-class bank focusing on development and commercial banking activities.
With over 52 branches nationwide and at least one branch in every regional administrative capital in Ghana, the National Investment Bank remains a major financial force behind major developmental projects in manufacturing, mining, energy , trade and export businesses in Ghana.