You might have heard it in the news recently that Groupe Nduom has acquired the Illinois-Service Federal Savings Bank (ISF Bank) in Chicago Illinois. The acquisition is historical as less than 10 percent of Banks in the USA are owned by Minority Blacks. Also, this is the first time, a Ghanaian, like you and I, have acquired a Bank here in the USA. In effect, this bank belongs to all Ghanaians in the Chicago community and beyond. Groupe Nduom has therefore asked that we organize a Town hall type meeting where Dr. Nduom and other members of Group Nduom will address the community and answer your questions.
The meeting is supported by the Ghana National Council and the Ghanaian Professionals of North America.
It is therefore our pleasure to invite you, to meet with Groupe Nduom. The meeting will detail some of the products that has been tailored to meet the community members, businesses or churches and other religious body’s specific needs. Groupe Nduom will also want to hear from you so as to better serve you. In the interim, Group Nduom have planned the following:
• Designated a top bank official, who will deal directly with the Ghanaian Community. This they believe amongst others will make sure you are given the outmost attention when you conduct business at the ISF bank.
• Churches, Businesses and other individuals in the Ghanaian community who are considering to purchase properties such as a place of worship, houses, Town homes, cars or small scale business soft loans would get the best terms at the ISF bank.
• Group Nduom will partner with the leaders and members of the Ghanaian community to support some of the community’s programs/activities and many others.
In the light of these, we are pleased to inform you that we have arrange a community Town Hall style meeting as follows:
Theme: Entrepreneurship, Groupe Nduom and the ISF Bank.
Date: June 18th 2016
Place: 5500 S. Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago IL 60637.
Time: 12 noon to 2 p.m. prompt.
In the meantime, please let us know if you have any suggestions by emailing email@example.com or by calling 312-315-1934.