Zeepay Ghana commissions its state of the art Fintech Campus

Ghanaian fintech, Zeepay has commissioned its state of the art fintech campus in Cantonments, in the heart of the city of Accra. The campus was purposely built with high tech facilities which adopts artifcial intelligence technology in several of its features. The building also incorporates green tech in its construction and is designed to be energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

The Zeepay Campus also features ultra-modern recreational facilities such as a gym, pool and onsite coffee shop in an effort to promote a healthy work- life balance for staff. It is a novel achievement in Ghana and on the Continent, that a home-grown company has attained such heights organically within 5 short years.

Zeepay Ghana commissions its state of the art Fintech Campus

Zeepay is a leading mobile fnancial services company, which was issued the first Electronic Money Issuer Licence in 2019 by the Bank of Ghana under the current Payment Systems regulatory regime. It is also licenced through its subsidiary in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as a Money Transfer Operator (MTO). The Company, known for its mobile money shortcode *270#, runs a business model which includes paying remittances from over 150 countries across 50 partners directly into digital assets such as mobile money, bank accounts and visa cards using both Zeepay bulk wallets and subscriber wallets with its unique and innovative product oferings. While enabling receivers to cash out across over 100,000 agent networks in Ghana, Zeepay closed 2020 with 2.4million transactions valued at USD400 million in total processed volume and a current subscriber base of 600,000.

The leadership of Zeepay and invited guests unveiling the plaque of the campus (1)

“The Zeepay Story is remarkable and we are happy that it has been told out of Ghana with local backing,” said Paa Kwasi Yankey, the Chairman of the Board. “Our new building has a multi-million Dollar value and is situated in a prime location in Accra. We chose Cantonments to give us direct access to the new business district in the area where companies like VIVO, PwC and E&Y amongst others are located.”

The leadership of Zeepay with some dignitaries at the official opening of the Zeepay fintech campus (2)

“What you see today is an efcient use of capital to achieve such great success, and we commend our Managing Director Andrew Takyi – Appiah and his team for such performance,” said Sir Daniel Gyimah, the Chairman of the Finance and Audit Sub Committee. “Right from the start we instituted high governance programmes with the aim of becoming a key player in the near future. It is rare that a fntech can deploy with as little as USD 450,000 in seed funding and within fve years grow its balance sheet from about GHS 1 million in 2016 to about GHS 65 million in 2020, meet regulatory cash capital of GHS 20 million and close the year with a wonderful edifce, Sir Daniel Gyimah added.

Zoe Phillips, the Chairman of the Governance and Compliance Sub Committee, mentioned “Today we can boast of an employee strength in excess of 60 staf members and a world class compliance culture. We are indeed proud of our achievement and consider this new Zeepay Campus a monument representing all our hard work. As we celebrate this milestone, I wish the MD and team well, and encourage them to work hard for a successful 2021 and beyond.”

Andrew Takyi-Appiah, MD of Zeepay delivering his address at the unveiling of the Zeepay fintech campus

Andrew Takyi-Appiah, Founder and Managing Director of Zeepay, mentioned “We would like to thank all our partners for the support and indeed for believing in us, as we couldn’t have done this without you. Special thanks to all our Club Partners for their immense contributions and to my family. I dedicate this building to the memory of my mother Adelaide Afua Baah. May God bless you all.

Invited guest at the unveiling of the Zeepay fintech campus (1)

Zeepay is the fastest growing mobile fnancial services company across Africa with operations in Ghana and United Kingdom and terminating to 20 countries across Africa with termination agreements in over 90 jurisdictions globally.

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