January 16, 2021

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Union Bank’s CEO Emeka Emuwa To Retire March 2021

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The Chief Executive Officer , Union Bank Plc Emeka Emuwa has made his intention to retire from the bank and quit his role as the chief executive officer come March 31, 2021.

The board has swiftly appointed Mr Emeka Okonkwowho is presently leading the bank’s corporate banking business as his successor after eight years of active service to the financial organisation. Emuwa joined Union Bank in November 2012, following a $500m investment by Union Global Partners, with a mandate to transform and restore one of Nigeria’s oldest institutions back to its rightful position as a respected provider of financial services.

Reacting to his retirement, Emuwa said, “I have enjoyed the significant challenge of leading Union Bank over the last eight years.“I am extremely proud of the management team and what we have been able to accomplish during my time as CEO.

“Today, we have a strong bank that is well positioned to compete and deliver on its vision to be Nigeria’s most trusted and reliable partner.

“With a clear strategic direction, a growing and loyal customer base and a strong brand, this is now the natural time for the next generation of leadership to take Union Bank forward and deliver further value.

“In over three decades of banking, my time at Union Bank has been one of the richest experiences in a long and fulfilling career with a treasure of work and life lessons to carry into the future.”

Emuwa thanked the executive team, senior management and every employee for their integrity, support and hard work that had brought Union Bank to where it is today.

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