Friday, 6 October 2017

PROFILE: All you need to know about new CBN Deputy Gov. Aishah Ahmad.

Aishah Ahmad, 40, has been effectively associated with banking at the best level for most piece of the most recent 20 years, either as a banking Executive or Investment counsel on retail banking, Wealth administration, Consulting and Financial admonitory.

Conceived October 26, 1977, Mrs. Ahmad, an indigene of Niger State, was, before her arrangement, the Executive Director (Retail Banking) at Diamond Bank Plc. 

She is the director of the official board of Women in Management, Business and Public Service, WIMBIZ, a Nigerian non-benefit association, built up in 2001, concentrated on tending to issues influencing the enthusiasm of ladies experts in business, with specific consideration on advancing initiative advancement and building abilities to induce development. 

Mrs. Ahmad's arrangement is relied upon to fill the void made by the exit of the previous deputy governor accountable for Economic Policy, Sarah Alade, who resigned from the Central Bank in March 2017 as the main lady in the best progression of the zenith bank. 

Mrs. Ahmad's expert banking knowledge crosses the NAL Bank Plc, Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc and Zenith Bank Plc. 

An individual from the Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst, CAIA Associations, Mrs. Ahmad was until the point when her arrangement responsible for the Consumer Banking Division at Diamond Bank Plc, covering the buyer banking, benefit banking, retail resources chains. 

A holder of the Master of Science, MSc in Finance and Management from the Cranfield School of Management in the United Kingdom, Mrs. Ahmad, a bookkeeping move on from the University of Abuja, likewise has a Master of Business Administration, MBA in back from the University of Lagos. 

She is married to Abdallah Ahmad, a resigned brigadier-general. They have two children. 

Her arrangement was reported by the presidency on Thursday. She is relied upon to accept obligation as CBN deputy governor promptly after her affirmation by the Senate.


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