Citigroup announce Ireti Samuel-Ogbu as first female Chief in Nigeria.

Ireti Samuel-Ogbu has been announced as the first female country officer of Citigroup in Nigeria after 36 years of operating in Nigeria.

Samuel-Ogbu is described by Citigroup as having a vast wealth of experience and talent in Nigerian banking and would work with the Bank’s institutional partners in Africa’s largest economy, linking them with the bank’s global reach.

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She has served in a couple of roles in the bank since 2012, including stints as Head of Cash management in Africa and Managing director of payments and receivables, treasury and trade solutions for Europe, Middle East and Africa at the Citigroup’s London office.

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Source: nairametrics

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