The Group Forum will serve as an interactive platform for knowledge sharing on issues ranging from Corporate Governance, Institutional History, Board Effectiveness, Brand Projection, and Empowerment.
Media reports reveal Mr. Tony Elumelu, chairman, United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc has formally inaugurated a group board meeting as a platform for group integration, bonding and knowledge sharing.
This comes after a 3-day forum which was held in Lagos recently, and had 90 participants, made up of the entire Board of United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA), chairmen and CEOs of UBA subsidiaries in Africa and the United Kingdom, Group Strategic Business and Support Heads, amongst other special invitees and guest facilitators, were in attendance.
The Group Forum will serve as an interactive platform for knowledge sharing on issues ranging from Corporate Governance, Institutional History, Board Effectiveness, Brand Projection, Empowerment and Accountability amongst others, according to media reports.
“As long term investors and Africa enthusiasts, we are committed to the markets in which we operate and to the wider African economy. We will continue to work with credible partners and governments across Africa to identify and develop those critical growth poles required for the sustainable development of all African economies," Elumelu said, speaking at the inauguration.
The maiden forum aligned with the 54th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the bank which held on April 8, 2016.
The Group Board Forum resolved to reposition UBA as a leading Pan-African Bank across all key indices whilst also inculcating a culture of responsiveness in the company.