Sekibo, Peter Obi and the others spoke at a one-day international colloquium in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.
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The bank won the prestigious award at the New Telegraph 2021 Awards in recognition of its leadership position in delivering sterling development and growth of the agricultural sector and the Small and Medium Enterprises.
He made this submission at the Finance Correspondents Association of Nigeria’s 30th anniversary conference and awards.
MD/CEO of Heritage Bank Plc, Ifie Sekibo, gave this submission on the sidelines of the 14th Annual Banking and Finance Conference of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) with a theme: ‘Economic Recovery, Inclusion & Transformation: The Role of Banking and Finance’.
Sekibo disclosed this during a webinar organised by the Securities and Exchange Commission in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, with the theme: “Financing the Solid Minerals Sector through the Capital Market and the Critical Role of Commodity Exchanges.”
A one-minute video clip circulated on WhatsApp showed the distraught bank workers, some of them with placards, milling around the frontage of the senator’s residence
The partnership, which heralds the launch of Lagos Recycle Initiative, is targeted at curbing the huge challenge of plastic pollution for better ecosystem, through recycling and waste management reward system for residents of the State.
The MD/CEO of Heritage Bank Plc, Ifie Sekibo, made the call during the 47th Quarterly Meeting of the Association of Chief Audit Executives of Banks in Nigeria, with the theme: “Elevating Internal Audit’s Role in the Face of Emerging Risks and Opportunities,”
Ifie Sekibo, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the bank, said this in a statement on Monday in Lagos.
The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, disclosed this during a Zoom Meet & Chat session, a virtual platform, at the launch of nationwide Dukia-Heritage Bank Gold and Precious Metals Buying Centres held on Tuesday
For Heritage Bank, it has been seven years of creating, preserving and transferring wealth to its teeming customers across the country
This move is in line with the people-oriented policies of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Heritage Bank Plc is partnering with a Non-Governmental Organization, Prime Women Builders Foundation of Nigeria, in providing skills training to the female entrepreneurs.
The financial institution leveraged on this theme and coined a personal theme, which is: “Break the Ice; Inspire another Man.”
The MD/CEO, Ifie Sekibo, who stated this at the Nigeria-Canada Investment Summit held in Abuja on Wednesday also disclosed that the enormous potential of the industry was one of the reasons why Heritage Bank delved into the mining sector despite enormous risks.
The Managing Director, Heritage Bank, Ifie Sekibo, stated this at the “Raising Girls Summit ‘19,” which held in Lagos last Friday as part of activities to commemorate the International day of the Girl-Child.
The MD/CEO, Heritage Bank, Ifie Sekibo, has stressed the need for the Federal Government to work towards creating a credible and strong identity management towards expanding access to credit in the country.
This year’s edition of the reality TV show is again headlined by Heritage Bank and is targeted at giving young entrepreneurs an opportunity to display their ingenuity and talents.
The Comptroller General of NIS, Muhammad Babandede, lauded Heritage Bank during the commissioning of the SERVICOM unit built by the bank at NIS Ikoyi office in Lagos on Monday.
Barely two years Heritage Bank and the Central Bank of Nigeria disbursed a loan for building a N2 billion processing facility for Triton fish/chicken in Oyo State, the firm has commenced export of all kinds of frozen foods to some parts of Europe and African countries.
In line with its commitment to ensure greater efficiency and boost its workforce, Heritage Bank Plc has received a nod from the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria for its establishment of a full-fledged learning and development institute, with the training of 300 new employees.