Ecobank Group Appoints Jeremy Awori as the new Chief Executive Officer
Jeremy Awori has formally taken over as CEO of the Ecobank Group, according to Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI) (Ecobank.com), the parent business of the Ecobank Group, the largest pan-African banking organization.
On his new position, Jeremy Awori said: It’s a fantastic opportunity to advance Ecobank’s growth strategy. Notwithstanding the difficulties facing the world right now, Africa offers bright prospects. With its existing global footprint, Ecobank is in a unique position to bring about systematic change in the banking industry on a pan-African scale.
We are in a good position to offer the financial products and solutions that nations, corporations, and SMEs need to take advantage of the immense resource, trade, and investment opportunities on the continent through our single gateway platform. We also offer financial services that are up-to-date, simple to use, and reasonably priced to meet the changing demands of a young, energetic, and entrepreneurial continent. The reputation and history of Ecobank remain a source of honor. Jeremy Awori came to an end.
Jeremy Awori’s exceptional and proven qualities as a result-oriented effective leader with in-depth knowledge of the African banking landscape, make him the ideal choice to steer the growth of the Ecobank Group through the current era of rapid global and continental changes, said Alain Nkontchou, chairman of the Ecobank Group. The Group Chairman added that Jeremy possesses the Boards full support.
Almost 25 years of expertise in the banking sector, including over ten years as CEO and Managing Director of Absa Bank Kenya Plc, are brought to the table by Jeremy Awori who hails from Kenya. Jeremy held executive positions at Standard Chartered Bank in the Middle East and Africa before joining Absa. His broad knowledge of the sector, skills, and expertise make him