Meet the first Igbo woman to become the CEO of Fidelity bank
By 247update | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 1 views
Mrs Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe is the first female CEO of Fidelity bank and the first Igbo woman to attain the position. Mrs Nneka is known to be an hardworking woman in the Nigerian banking sector. Since the establishment of Fidelity bank in 1988, Mrs Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe is the first Igbo woman to become the Chief Officer of the bank.
Mrs Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe is not something that happened overnight, she was the executive director of Fidelity bank in Lagos and Southwestern part of Nigeria. She has been part of the Nigerian banking sector for over e yepars and she has worked with many powerful banks like Zenith bank and Standard Chartered banks. She is a novice in banking sector of Nigeria, as she has worked in almost all the departments in a bank.
Mrs Nneka is an holder of Law degree from university of Nigeria in Nsukka. She got her Masters degree in Law at Kings College in London and now she is recognized member of Chartered Institute of Bankers in Nigeria.
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