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ACAMB elects new leaders to drive its next phase of growth

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Members of the Association of Corporate and Marketing Communication Professionals in Nigerian Banks (ACAMB) have elected a new Executive Committee to pilot the affairs of the association in the next two years.

The election was the major highlight of the Annual General Meeting (AGM), which held in Lagos on Wednesday, to reflect on the accomplishments of the past year and shape the future direction of the association.

The new Executive Committee is expected to lead ACAMB in its next phase of growth and development.

The AGM, attended by ACAMB members, past leaders and elders, provided a platform for meaningful discussions, strategic planning, and the exchange of ideas among banking professionals who form the backbone of ACAMB. The event showcased the commitment of the association to foster collaboration and innovation within the financial sector.

The President, Rasheed Bolarinwa of Polaris Bank, Vice President 1, Oze K. Oze of First Bank; General Secretary, Jide Sipe of ECOBANK; and Social Secretary, Ozena Utulu of Heritage Bank were re-elected.

Others were:  VP2: Tolulope Onipede of Guaranty Trust Bank; Assistant General Secretary, Iyke Iheagwam of Access Bank; Financial Secretary, Halima Isha of JAIZ Bank; Treasurer, Morolake Philip-Ladipo of Wema Bank; and Publicity Secretary, Omede Odekina of United Bank for Africa.

Bolarinwa expressed gratitude for the trust placed in the new leadership team and emphasised the importance of unity and collaboration to achieve the association’s objectives.

He also acknowledged the contributions of the outgoing Executive Committee and thanked them for their dedicated service. “We are thrilled to announce the new Executive Committee of ACAMB, a team that embodies the spirit of creativity, ambition, and collaboration. As we embark on this new term, my commitment to each and every member remains unwavering. Working with the new Exco, we’ll continue to strive for excellence, explore new avenues for growth, and uphold the highest standards of professionalism”.

ACAMB, according to him, “will be a platform where ideas flourish, relationships strengthen, and the collective wisdom of our diverse membership (from our elders, past Presidents, members and associates), propels us forward”.

Presenting the scorecard of the outgoing Executive Committee, Sipe said that “despite the odds, we remained resolute and hopeful for a better future. The goal is to continue to advance, attain lofty heights and better place the Association within the financial sector. We promise our commitment to deliver on our founding mandate to continuously protect the image and reputation of the Association. We remain optimistic and grateful for all your support over the years and in the future that we behold”.

The AGM included discussions on upcoming initiatives, projects, and events planned by the association for the 2024 financial year. Members actively participated in these discussions, providing valuable insights and suggestions to shape the future trajectory of the Association.

ACAMB said it remains committed to promoting excellence, fostering professional development, and advocating for the interests of its members in the banking sector. The newly elected Executive Committee, it further said, is poised to lead the association with vision and dedication, building on the foundation laid by its predecessors.

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