Whether your dream is big or small, you have the ability to shape your future and we are on hand to help you succeed with our range of financial solutions.
Many Bayport customers have had success in their personal lives by using our trustworthy and quick application process. From farming and bee-keeping to small businesses and schools, our loans helped to secure the dreams of our customers.
By helping you, we assist in securing the sustainability of your community.
A lack of money almost cost Foster Boamah his childhood sweetheart. Unable to get the money together to pay for their wedding, Foster turned to Bayport Ghana. With the loan he secured the ceremony went ahead and Vivian became his wife.
A year later, the couple discovered that Vivian needed to undergo an operation before they could start a family. Again Bayport Ghana came to the rescue and 18 months later their child Derrick Gyamenah was born.
Foster’s third loan helped his niece, Caroline, to finish senior high school.
Michael Twum Bosompem lives in Akim Oda, in Ghana, and is a teacher. By securing a few small Bayport loans he has greatly improved his life and that of his family.
The first loan paid for his son’s medical bills when he needed an operation, and the second loan helped pay for the school fees of his two sons. Michael used his third loan wisely by using it to buy a piece of land to grow vegetables and other crops. He also used part of this loan to help bring a cocoa farm, which he had inherited, back to life. His farming activities provide an extra source of income that helps to support his family.
As the eldest child, it is Michael’s responsibility to look after his mother. When his mother fell ill he once again secured a loan to pay for her doctor’s bills – the help she received from the medical attention saved her life.
As a dedicated teacher Michael was keen to better his education and, with another loan, he was able to pay the entry fees to become a distance learner at the University of Cape Coast.
“If it wasn’t for Bayport I would not be leading the fulfilling life I have today”, Michael says.
Binguri David Laar is a technical teacher in the upper eastern region of Bongo in Ghana. His meagre teacher’s salary was barely sufficient to support his wife and daughter and they were struggling to survive. Binguri’s wife owns and runs a small trading store, but without the necessary financial resources, the shop was unable to expand.
Hope arrived in the form of Bayport Financial Services. Binguri applied for and was granted a loan, and with the money, he bought a tract of land on which he eventually hopes to build a home. With a second loan, the Laar’s were able to expand the trading store, which brought in a valuable source of income.
“My wife is now the breadwinner of the family and we have hope for the future,” says Binguri.
Douglas Ayisi, a teacher from Mamfe in the north eastern district of Akwapin, needed a lucrative venture to improve his monthly income, yet would not interfere his work as a teacher. He decided to offer hostel accommodation to students from Accra Poly Technic. He had some money saved and used this to start renovations.
Midway through the project, he urgently needed more finance and applied for assistance from Bayport Financial Services. His loan was approved, and he was able to complete the renovations and rent out the rooms to students.
The success of Douglas’s hostel has enabled him to pursue his dream of furthering his education and to ensure the well-being of his wife, Emma, and his three children Eugenia, Reginald and Catherine.
“I secured admission to the Methodist University College to study information technology,” he proudly states. “I am grateful to those who believed in me as I have believed in myself.”
Anthony Oboh, who lives in the busy Shama Ahanta East Metropolitan area of Supomu-Dunkwa, is a man of many talents. Over the years, he has successfully fulfilled many ambitions with the help of Bayport Financial Services.
His first loan financed the purchase of a taxi, which helped fund his tertiary education – he completed a degree at the University of Education, Winneba. His taxi venture also helped him to pay for his daughters Jane and Antonia’s secondary education and to finance another business venture selling top-up cards, making unit transfers and offering a telecommunications service.
Another loan allowed Anthony to purchase land, where he grows plantains, seppers and okra. He now owns a small palm plantation. He supervises hired labour from his village to work on his farm, creating employment for the community.
The farm enabled expansion, and Anthony bought a full brass band ensemble, which he hires out for special events such as weddings.
Nora Ama Bansah and her daughter, Doris, live in Adaklu-Waya in the Volta region. Doris is a bright young woman and upon finishing high school, she wanted to further her education, but financially, Nora could not afford it. However, determined that her daughter would receive tertiary education, Nora attained financial assistance from Bayport Financial Services with an education loan.
Doris completed the six-month course and received a certificate as a Medicines Counter Assistance from the School of Medical Health, which is endorsed by the Pharmaceutical Council of Ghana. And she is now gainfully employed at the Peki Government Hospital in Volta.
“Without Bayport’s financial assistance, my daughter would not be where she is today,” Nora stated.