UBA Bags INL Award For Bank Of The Year

Leading financial institution, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc. has added to its numerous awards as it emerges winner of the Bank of the Year at the Independent Newspaper Awards.

The award ceremony was held at the prestigious Eko Hotel and Suites on Saturday, May 1, 2021 that had in attendance top echelon of the financial sector including Bank CEOs, Captains of Industries and Senior financial executives.

UBA’s Directorate Head, Lagos Island, Uzoechina Molokwu who represented Deputy Managing Director, Mr. Liadi Ayoku, received the award on behalf of the bank.

UBA’s Deputy Managing Director, Mr. Liadi Ayoku who expressed his delight on the recognition said

“These awards mark another milestone for the UBA Group and is a testament of the diligent execution of the bank’s strategic initiatives on customer service.”

“For us, being recognised as Bank of the Year complements positive feedback from customers and is a recognition of our improving efficiencies, service quality and innovation.”

“I, therefore, dedicate this award to our growing loyal corporate and retail customers, who are our essence. Given our heritage and commitment to Africa’s development, we continue to impact lives through our services as well as our financial support to individuals, businesses and government.”

“UBA remains focused on its goal of democratising game banking in Africa, leveraging on new technologies and determination to change the narrative of financial services on the continent.”

Editor, Independent Newspapers, Don Okere, noted that UBA has excelled in the key areas of prioritising customers, which, according to him, has earned the bank the highly coveted laurel.

He explained that the bank stood out in prioritising customers and improving its technological offerings to accommodate the growing needs of its customers.

He said that even though Africa’s economic landscape has been unpredictable in recent times, a factor that has resulted in business challenges in Nigeria and some of Africa’s best performing economies, UBA was still able to find its rhythm and excelled as is evident from its recently released first quarter results.

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