XtremeLoaded Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join XtremeLoaded / Login / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 13,250 members, 5,063 topics. Date:   December 17, 2017, 3:25 am

Union Bank celebrates heritage on 100th anniversary - Bank/Money - XtremeLoaded

XtremeLoaded Forum / Bank/Money / Union Bank celebrates heritage on 100th anniversary (1 Post | 126 Views)

Skye Bank announces resignation of four EDs / CBN amends commercial agric credit scheme guidelines / Banks refund N6.2bn excess charges in 2015 – CBN /

(1) (Reply) (Go Down)

Union Bank celebrates heritage on 100th anniversary by Everest(m) : 12:26 PM On Oct 25

As Union Bank kicked off activities to mark its centenary anniversary week with a visit to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, Monday, the bank’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Emeka Emuwa, has said the celebration is about their rich heritage and promise-laden future.

The bank’s members of the Board of Directors and management, led by the Chairman, Cyril Odu, and CEO, Mr. Emuwa, were part of the delegation that carried out the ceremonial act of ringing the closing bell on the floor, with the CEO of NSE, Oscar Onyema, on hand to receive the team.

According to Emuwa, “as our celebrations reach a high point this week with the activities in Lagos, it is important to note that we are celebrating both our rich heritage and our promise-laden future.

“As we forge ahead, we are focused on the next century and have significant plans to deliver even more value to our customers.”

The week-long celebration in Lagos comes on the heels of regional celebrations in Edo, Osun, Kano, Rivers, Abuja, Enugu and Oyo states with customers, stakeholders and government functionaries in attendance.

Other activities planned for the centenary anniversary week in Lagos include the launch of the newly-upgraded branch located within the Head Office, the Stallion Plaza and the presentation of a car to the winner of the Centenary Anniversary Customer promotion.



MMM membership grows despite Reps order to security agents / EARNING EXTRA MONEY EXCHANGING E-CURRENCIES / 400, 000 Nigerians kick against banks’ arbitrary charges /

Viewing this topic: 1 guest viewing this topic

(Go Up)

Xtremeloaded - Copyright © 2017 Collins Ezeakonam. All rights reserved.
Disclaimer: Every XtremeLoaded member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on XtremeLoaded. Contact Us admin (at)xtremeloaded.com