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The First Woman To Be The Highest Paid Banking CEO In Nigeria

Olusola Sola Adejoke David-Borha was the highest paid CEO in Nigeria banking for her capacity and ability to always deliver. Sola Borha takes a whopping N117m annually which means she takes home N484,931 daily and that’s with weekend included). With an extensive experience in the financial industry, she steered stanbic IBTC bank to even greater heights. Being successful in nigeria bank takes a lot of sacrifice, discipline, and intellectual ability, these attributes makes her exceptional and made her the highest paid CEO banker in Nigeria then.

She was the former CEO of rest Of africa standard bank group. Before stanbic IBTC was acquired by standard bank group, Sola worked as an executive director. She served as CEO of stanbic IBTC bank (a product of the merger) from may 2011 to november 2012. She also served as deputy chief executive of the bank and head of investment banking coverage africa (excluding south africa). Between 1984 – 1989, Sola worked in the credit and marketing department of NAL merchant bank Plc.

Sola holds a B.Sc. economics degree from the university of Ibadan, nigeria, and an MBA from manchester business school, United Kingdom. Her executive educational experience includes the Advanced Management Programme of the Harvard Business School. She is also a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIBN). She is also a member – governing council of the redeemer’s university of nigeria (RUN), and an associate pastor at RCCG, city of david parish.

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