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Commercial Banks are non profitable financial institution that provide services such as deposits, withdrawal, transfers, savings and loans.
These disguise themselves as a non profit institution but indirectly make billions of naira from service charges, sms, ATM cards and purported ATM maintenance wether you make use of the ATM or not..
Most of these Banks are owed by indigenes of the country except First Bank of Nigeria which is owned by the Federal Governor. Commercial Bank regulatory body remain the Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN) the body checkmate it’s activity to ensure efficiency..
Workers at this institutions earn good money as salary but not as much as the main CEOs.. Ever wonder who owned the bank you are you’re banking with?
SportAlert complied the list;
Access Bank: Herbert Onyewumbu Wigwe
Mr Herbert Wigwe is a Nigerian Banker and entrepreneur, he is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Access Bank Of Nigeria.. he is a native of Rivers State but was born in Ibadan.
Fidelity Bank: Nnamdi John Okonkwo
He is the Chief Executive Officer officer of Fidelity Bank Plc. He is from Enugu, South East Nigeria.
He has a very rich CV. He was with FIN Bank Plc in 2009 as a director before he rejoined First City Monument Bank as the Chief Executive Officer after requiring the largest shares.
GTB Bank: Segun Agbajo
Tajudeen Afolabi Adeola is a Nigerian business man aside the banking gig. He is also the member of the commission for Africa and the Founder and CEO of the FATE Foundation.. He is the sole founder of Guaranty Trust Bank.
UBA: Tony O Elumelu
Is an African Economist, Entrepreneur and philanthropist. He is the founder of Tony Elumelu foundation that have offered scholarships to over twenty thousand Nigerian Youths..
Zenith Bank: Jim Ovia
He is the pioneer group managers Director/CEO of Zenith Bank Plc Nigeria’s largest and African’s 6th latest bank by shareholder fund.
Sterling Bank: Abubakar Suleiman
He was appointed in 2019 to replaced Yemi Adeola after the later announced his retirement.