UBA Wins 2023 Bank Of The Year In Nigeria, Over 5 Other African Countries
l-r: Financial Times(FT) Africa Editor, John Everingon; Non-Executive Director, UBA UK, Alex Trotter; Head, Human Resources, UBA UK, Chika Patrick; Chief Finance Officer, UBA UK, Deji Adeyelure; Group Managing Director/CEO, Oliver Alawuba; CEO, UBA UK, Theresa Henshaw; Chief Technical Officer; UBA UK, Richard Ola; Head Trade Finance, UBA UK, Shaheen Butt; Head of Compliance, UBA UK, Alex Alves ; and Ceremony Host, Krishnan Guru at The Bankers Awards 2023, organized by The Banker, a publication of Financial Times Group, London where UBA coveted Bank of the Year Africa 2023 and Bank of the Year in Cameroon, Chad, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, on Thursday in London, United Kingdom.

UBA Wins 2023 Bank Of The Year In Nigeria, Over 5 Other African Countries

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United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, has won the Bank of the Year award at The Bankers Awards 2023 in Nigeria and more than 5 other African countries.

In the ceremony in London hosted by The Banker Magazine, the financial institution bagged nine esteemed awards, including the coveted Bank of the Year Africa 2023.

“This accomplishment is a testament to the hard work, dedication, and innovative spirit of the entire UBA team,” expressed Oliver Alawuba, UBA’s Group Managing Director. “We remain committed to delivering top-notch banking services that positively impact the lives of our customers across the continent.”

UBA Wins 2023 Bank Of The Year In Nigeria, Over 5 Other African Countries

l-r: Middle East and Africa Editor of The Banker, a publication of Financial Times Group, London; Joy Macknight; Group Managing Director/CEO, Oliver Alawuba; and Ceremony Host, Krishnan Guru, with the Bank of the Year Africa 2023, along with Bank of the Year Awards won by UBA’s subsidiaries in Cameroon, Chad, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, at the Bankers Awards 2023, organized by The Banker, on Thursday in London, United Kingdom.

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The bank’s subsidiaries in Cameroon, Chad, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, and Tanzania emerged victorious as the Bank of the Year in their respective countries, solidifying UBA’s dominance and impact across diverse African markets.

The Editor of the Banker, Joy Macknight, praised UBA’s consistent excellence, stating, “UBA remains a clear winner across a wide range of criteria, having performed impressively across its footprint with a strong financial performance across most of its markets.”

These accolades further affirm UBA’s commitment to providing financial services and superior financial intermediation on the continent. The Banker Awards, recognized globally as a benchmark for banking excellence, highlighted UBA’s ability to navigate the complexities of the African banking landscape.

UBA Wins 2023 Bank Of The Year In Nigeria, Over 5 Other African Countries
l-r: Financial Times(FT) Africa Editor, John Everingon and Group Managing Director/CEO, Oliver Alawuba with the Bank of the Year Africa 2023, along with Bank of the Year Awards won by UBA Group’s subsidiaries in Cameroon, Chad, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Mozambique, Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, during the Bankers Awards 2023, organized by The Banker, a publication of Financial Times Group, London on Thursday in London, United Kingdom.

Moreover, UBA’s victories at the 2023 FMDQ Gold Awards and its financial results for the half-year and Quarter 3 of 2023 underline the institution’s resilience and corporate role model status in Nigeria and Africa.

As a leading Pan-African financial institution serving over 35 million customers across 20 African countries, UBA continues to connect people and businesses across the continent through its innovative banking services and global presence in key financial hubs.

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Emmanuel Ochayi is a journalist. He is a graduate of the University of Lagos, School of first choice and the nations pride. Emmanuel is keen on exploring writing angles in different areas, including Business, climate change, politics, Education, and others.


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