ECOBANK has won this year’s Euromoney Excellence Awards for ‘Best Bank for CSR in Africa’ and ‘Best Bank for Transaction Services in Africa.’ Ecobank also won two country awards: ‘Best Bank Ghana’ and ‘Best Bank Malawi.’
The Euromoney awards are presented in recognition of excellence in the global banking community. Speaking at the 25th Euromoney for Excellence Award ceremony in London, Ecobank Foundation CEO Julie Essiam said: “At
corporate social responsibility is gratifying and it demonstrates the powerful impact that the private sector makes on development in Africa.” Commenting on the ‘Best
Bank for Transaction Services in Africa’ award, Ecobank’s Transaction Services Group Head Patrick Gutmann said: “We provide innovativetransaction services in the 36 African countries in which we operate, and this award shows that we are not only delivering this service, but excelling at it. This award highlights our growing reputation as one of the leading transaction banks in Africa.” Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun(m); Director, Fiscal Policy, Federal Ministry of Finance, Mr. Ayo Fadola(l) and Executive Director/CEO, Nigerian Export Promotion Council, NEPC, Mr. Olusegun Awolowo(r) , during NEPC advocacy visit to present NEPC’s Zero Oil Plan Initiative to the Minister, in Abuja recently. Photo: Daniel Matthew
Ecobank we are passionate about transforming the communities that we serve across Africa. Through strong partnerships like our work with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, we are making long-term positive change. Our award for