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Dalex Finance offers loans at zero per cent interest

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Dalex Finance has announced that it is offering loans to all its DalexSwift investment clients at a zero per cent interest rate.

The finance institution’s Chief Executive Officer  (CEO), Mr Kenneth Thompson, announced this last Thursday, and stated that the offer was to help alleviate the challenges that DalexSwift clients would be facing during the public health restrictive regime caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Thompson pointed out that accepting the inconveniences of restrictive movement ‘represented a direct investment in our health.’

Corporate response

He expressed disappointment with the lack of leadership shown by corporate Ghana in these times.

“This is not the time for populist ideas nor the time to build profiles in the media by donating a few Veronica buckets. This is a war; corporate Ghana must see it as such and do more”, Mr Thompson stressed.

He also encouraged all Ghanaians to use the restrictive movement period to further invest in their relationships with loved ones and to invest in improving their skills.

DalexSwift

DalexSwift makes it easy and convenient for clients to build an investment through periodic contributions over the mobile phone.

The minimum contribution is one cedi.

The client’s phone number is their account number and the investment earns an attractive compound interest rate higher than the Treasury Bill rate.

DalexSwift clients facing a temporary cash deficit can take a loan without breaking up their investments.

This loan was charged at 24 per cent per annum but will now be at zero per cent for the next three months.

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