FirstBank appoints Seyi Oyefeso as executive director

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FirstBank has announced the appointment of Oluseyi Oyefeso as Executive Director, Retail Banking South, with effect from March 2, 2023.

The bank said that before the appointment, the new executive director was the group executive of Retail Banking South.

The Chief Executive Officer of FirstBank Group, Dr Adesola Adeduntan, said, “Seyi is a multi-skilled professional with very robust banking experience, proven problem-solving and strong leadership skills.

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“He is a competent leader and a team player and has over the years demonstrated the ability to develop positive business relationships, evidenced by a remarkable track record of business growth.”

Adeduntan added, “We are excited to have Seyi as one of our Executive Directors, and we wish him the best as we collectively reinforce our commitment to strengthening the Bank’s contribution to empowering our stakeholders including our employees, customers as well as our host communities where we work and live.”

Oyefeso said, “I am excited to join the FirstBank team, and I look forward to working with the Board and Management to achieve the bank’s strategic objectives.”

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He also served as the Country Managing Director, FirstBank Ghana Limited. He joined FirstBank in 2006 as a Branch Manager, serving in one of the top three branches of the Bank.

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He also held several positions, including Business Development Manager as well as Group Heads within the Retail Banking and Institutional Banking Directorates.


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