Chuks Iku, the new chairman of the Committee of e-Banking Industry Heads (CeBIH), has said that the committee will continue to move forward the electronic banking industry in Nigeria and called for cooperation of the members to promote the association as well as the industry. Iku was speaking at chairman election held in Lagos where he also thanked the members for showing confidence in the elected officers.
CeBIH was set up in July 2009 and is made up of the heads of e-business/e-channels and cards services of all Nigerian banks. Its objective is to promote electronic banking services and allow industry heads to share ideas and experiences.
The executives elected to serve the group for the next year are:
- Chuks Iku (Skye Bank) – Chairman
- Simi Osinuga (GTBank) – Vice-Chairman
- Fatai Amoo (Sterling Bank) – Secretary
- Bob Nwojo (First Bank) – Assistant Secretary
- Ben. Anyalekenya (FCMB) – Financial Secretary
- Dele Adeyinka (Wema Bank) – Treasurer
- Fatai Baruwa (Union Bank) – Publicity Secretary
- Ernest Obi (Keystone Bank) – Asst. Publicity Secretary
- Chioma Nkechika (Zenith Bank) – Policy Review Secretary
- Adeleke Adekoya (Stanbic IBTC) – Internal Auditor
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