Maurice Cole to Lead Access Bank Sierra Leone as Chairman

May 13, 2024
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By Aduragbemi Omiyale

Access Bank Sierra Leone Limited has reorganised its board, which will be saddled with the responsibility to implement its growth and transformation strategy.

A statement from the company disclosed that to lead the team for this herculean task is Mr Maurice Cole, who will serve as the board chairman, replacing Ms Alice Marie Onomake.

Mr Cole is expected to bring to the board his experience and work to consolidate the lender’s market position and deliver value for all its stakeholders.

Joining him in achieving this goal are other appointed non-executive directors like Nsikak Usoro, Michala Mackay, Ibrahim Khalil Lamin, and Kolawole Augustine Ajimoko.

The other appointees boast a wealth of expertise from diverse sectors, including banking, telecommunications, corporate governance, compliance, and finance.

Their combined experience and vision will contribute to shaping the future trajectory of Access Bank (SL) Limited, as their selection also reflects the bank’s commitment to fostering growth and development while maintaining the highest standards of governance and stewardship.

“We are thrilled to welcome our new executives to Access Bank (SL) Ltd,” the Country Managing Director for Access Bank Sierra Leone, Mr Ganiyu Sanni, said.

“Their leadership and vision will be invaluable as we navigate through challenges and pursue sustained success.

“We extend our gratitude to outgoing Chairman, Alice Marie Onomake, and Non-Executive Director, Aminata B. Dumbuya, for their dedicated service and contributions to the bank,” he added.

Access Bank (SL) said it looks forward to leveraging the collective expertise of its leadership team to drive innovation, foster growth, and create lasting impact for its customers and communities.

It also expressed its commitment to excellence, transparency, and accountability as it embarks on this exciting new chapter.

Aduragbemi Omiyale

Aduragbemi Omiyale is a journalist with Business Post Nigeria, who has passion for news writing. In her leisure time, she loves to read.

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