Diamond Bank’s Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer Uzoma Dozie has joined leaders in financial services, business leadership and financing.
He is to advise global non-profit organisations devoted to giving more low-income women access to financial services
Mr. Dozie was named to the Board of Trustees of the global non-profit Women’s World Banking, joining a group of global leaders advising Women’s World Banking in its mission to ensure women and girls have access to the financial tools and resources they require to achieve security and prosperity.
“Uzoma and his team at Diamond Bank are valued partners for Women’s World Banking in their mission to serve low-income women with innovative financial products. Through this partnership, Uzoma has already become a close ally and advisor to Women’s World Banking’s work,” Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President/Chief Executive Officer of Women’s World Banking, said.
“We’re thrilled to formalise this role and welcome him to the Board of Trustees”, she added.
Diamond Bank began partnering with Women’s World Banking to develop financial products for women in 2012, while Dozie joined the institution in 1998, expanding the Bank’s Oil and Gas Group, setting up the Personal Banking Group, serving as its Executive Director in charge of Lagos Businesses and Deputy Managing Director overseeing the Retail Banking Directorate of the Bank before becoming CEO in 2015.