National Investment Bank Limited (NIB Bank) Head Office, 37 Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, P.O. Box 3726, Accra, Ghana. NIB Bank has been in existence since the second world war in 1952, NIB was known as Gold Coast Industrial Development Corporation (GCIDC)
The Gold Coast Industrial Development Corporation (GCIDC), encouraged entrepreneurship among the indigenes in the areas of furniture making and baking.
The history of the Bank can be traced to the end of the Second World War (WWII). Agitations from the indigenes against foreign imports led to a general boycott by the local population led by the Association of West African Merchants (AWAM). The colonial administration decided to establish an entity that would facilitate the involvement of private indigenous persons in business
NIB’s immense support to the agro-processing industry, in 1965, inspired the transformation of the Agricultural Department of the bank into the Agricultural Development Bank
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