Union Bank Unveils ‘ Alpher ’ on International Women’s Day

Union Bank marked International Women’s Day with the launch of its women’s proposition, Alpher. Alpher was unveiled as part of the Bank’s annual celebrations to mark the global movement to accelerate gender parity across the world.

Alpher is a platform to ‘enable success’ and empower women across all segments of the Nigerian society through capacity building opportunities, networking platforms, scholarships and tailored financial services for women.

international Women's Day Celebration at Union Bank
International Women’s Day Celebration at Union Bank

 

Union Bank marked International Women’s Day with the launch of its women’s proposition, Alpher.  Alpher was unveiled as part of the Bank’s annual celebrations to mark the global movement to accelerate gender parity across the world.

Alpher is a platform to ‘enable success’ and empower women across all segments of the Nigerian society through capacity building opportunities, networking platforms, scholarships and tailored financial services for women.

Cross section of the audience at the event .
Cross section of the audience at the event .

The event also featured a panel discussion on Accelerating Parity; Challenging the Status Quo’. Panelists included Uchenna Agbo, Founder, TrustVas; Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin, Founder, Pearls Africa Youth Foundation and CNN Hero; Francesca Uriri, Founder, Leading Ladies Africa and ZeeZee Ihe-Okuneye, marriage and relationship counsellor.

Speaking concerning the Alpher launch and IWD celebrations, Mr. Emuwa said;

 “I am especially pleased that we are unveiling Union Bank’s proposition for women. We are excited about the platform we have developed to support and enable success for women across board. I personally believe that the world, especially Nigeria, would be a much better place if it is balanced and women have full agency to be all that they can be.”

CEO Union Bank, Emeka Emuwa (middle) with panel discussants at the event
CEO Union Bank, Emeka Emuwa (middle) with panel discussants at the event

In past years, Union Bank has used the IWD platform to highlight its commitment to women’s causes including the launch of its women community WeHub in 2016 and the live performance of the women’s advocacy play ‘Hear Word’ in 2018.

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