That is what the recent award of “Retail Banking CEO of the Year Nigeria” to Dr Adesola Adeduntan, CEO of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, is to both him and the bank he leads. It is a shot in the arm of this foremost CEO of Nigeria’s most enduring financial institution that is also the pioneer in retail banking development in Nigeria, the premier bank in West Africa and the leading financial inclusion services provider in Nigeria for over 127 years
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The respective awards conferred on the Bank are in recognition of the indelible roles it plays in deepening financial inclusion in the country; advancing the digital banking eco-system as well as impacting people in its host communities with technology to make learning available to individuals of all ages, amongst many others.
In a statement, it stated that its ratings on FBN and other Nigerian banks remain constrained by shortcomings in corporate governance and transparency, among other factors.
Awosika, who spoke in a statement, titled: “My FBN Group Journey,” made her position known two days after the Governor of the CBN, Godwin Emefiele, announced her sack alongside other Board members, including Oba Otudeko
They disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Lagos, while reacting to the apex bank’s action on First Bank.
The reaction of the Bank was contained in a statement by its Management on Friday.
They disclosed this in interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria while reacting to the apex bank’s appointment of new Chairmen for First Bank of Nigeria Limited and FBN Holdings Plc.
Awosika was appointed First Bank Chairman in September 2015, making her one of the first women to hold the esteemed position.
The Governor of the CBN, Godwin Emefiele, who announced the decision, also reinstated the sacked Managing Director/CEO of First Bank, Adesola Adeduntan
FirstBank Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Adesola Adeduntan, disclosed this in a statement on Friday in Lagos.
Chuma Ezirim, First Bank’s Group Executive, e-Business and Retail Products, in a statement on Tuesday in Lagos, said the loan was a way of promoting business activities of the agents.
Parents are not left out as the Bank has bespoke products which empowers parents and guardians to meet the educational needs of their children.
Chuma Ezirim, FirstBank’s Group Executive, e-Business and Retail Products, said in a statement that the partnership was in place in a bid to cushion the effect of COVID-19 pandemic
With its over 126 years of business operations in Nigeria – indeed the first Nigerian company to be listed and broadcasted on CNN 100 club – the bank has been at the forefront of empowering the young and indigent elderly citizens, lifting the downtrodden out of poverty and hardships, rekindling hope, putting smiles on the faces of younger generation of Entrepreneurs through issuance of low and friendly interest credit facility which transcend to building and promoting the small and medium scale businesses in the remotest rural areas and urban cities across the Niger.
The competition, which is one of the longest running international amateur events in the country, is endorsed by the United States Golf Association and Royal and Ancient of Scotland.
The digital campaign, which is designed to employ a fun approach to urge and engage its stakeholders on the need to observe the safety and precautionary guidelines during the festive season, is implemented using the Bank’s customised face mask filter on instagram, that is made of the bespoke FirstBank 125th Anniversary pattern in Ankara fabric giving a distinct African contemporary an consistent look.
With a continuing shining legacy of nation building – supporting innovative financial, commercial and other developments in Nigeria and even Africa – one bank is already projecting beyond today to the year 2094 – exactly 200 years from its founding in 1894.
The Holdings Company along with its subsidiary companies: First Bank of Nigeria Limited, FBNQuest Merchant Bank and FBNQuest Capital, won various awards at the prestigious event
He said this in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Lagos.