HFC Bank Ghana Limited was incorporated as Home Finance Company Limited on May 7, 1990. As the name suggests, the Bank first started operating as a mortgage finance firm. It was converted to a public company on October 5, 1994. HFC is the only institution in Ghana to issue corporate bonds. In November 2003, Home Finance Company was given a universal banking license. Upon securing the license, it added commercial and investment banking to its existing business activities under the name HFC Bank Ghana Limited.
The hitherto non-banking financial institution is now a full-blown universal bank undertaking a variety of retail and wholesale banking services in addition to its savings mobilization, mortgage financing and investment management (fund management and brokerage services).
On March 17, 1995, HFC was officially listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange. The Bank has 1 billion authorized shares with more the 27 million of them being issued to the public. HFC has a stated capital of GHS 7 million.
Financial Year End: December 31
Corporate Website: www.hfcbankgh.com
ISIN for Corporate Bonds
HFC-F, 8s06: GH0000000417
HFC-G, 8s06: GH0000000524
HFC-H, 8s09: GH0000000656