Sterling Bank announces resignation of Emmanuel Emefienim


Sterling Bank Plc  has announced that  its  Executive Director, Institutional Banking Group, Emmanuel Emefienim  resigned from the services of the bank with effect from March 1, 2022.

 The Managing Director/ CEO of Sterling Bank, Abubakar Suleiman who announced  on behalf of the Chairman of the Board of Directors, stated  that “Emmanuel had more than 10 years of a successful career at Sterling.

A man with deep faith in God, love for family and community, his contribution to what this institution is today is immeasurable. As a colleague of many years, I can attest to his business acumen, team spirit and commitment to the Bank.’’

 Suleiman highlighted Emefienim’s outstanding career journey… ‘’He started his banking career with Oceanic Bank Plc (now Ecobank Nigeria) where he worked from 1992 -1997, rising to the position of Head, Credit & Marketing.

 He then moved to United Bank for Africa as Manager, Commercial Banking (1997-2000). Emefienim also worked in Savannah Bank Plc and FSB International (now Fidelity Bank Plc) over a 6-year period before joining Equitorial Trust Bank (ETB) in 2006.

While in ETB, he excelled and rose to the position of Zonal Business Director. Following the acquisition of ETB and its consolidation into Sterling Bank in 2011, he assumed the position of Regional Business Executive covering South-South 2 Region, a role in which he excelled, leading to the expansion of his responsibilities to cover South-South 1 region.’’