Adaora Umeoji, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Zenith Bank, has left her position after seven years.
According to a regulatory document published on the Nigerian Exchange website, which officially retired on February 24, this was reported in a statement.
This comes after her term as Deputy Managing Director expired in accordance with Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Circular No.
Umeoji started working for the bank in 1998, and she subsequently held positions as the Maitama branch’s head of marketing and the deputy zonal head of the Abuja Zone.
In October 2012, she joined the Zenith Bank board of directors. Thereafter, she assumed the position of executive director, in charge of the bank’s Abuja and Middle Belt zones.
She has banking experience and founder of the Catholic Bankers Association of Nigeria, who obtained her first degree from the University of Jos, an MBA from the University of Calabar, and a doctorate from Apollos University.