UBA Announces the Resignation of Abdoul Aziz Dia As An Executive Director

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In accordance with the Nigeria Stock Exchange (“NSE”) Rulebook, we hereby notify the NSE of the resignation of Mr. Abdoul Aziz Dia, an Executive Director, from the Board of United Bank for Africa Plc, with effect from May 6, 2020.

The Board of United Bank for Africa Plc would like to express its appreciation to Abdoul Aziz Dia for his contributions to UBA Group.

UBA Announces the Resignation of Abdoul Aziz Dia As An Executive Director
Mr. Abdoul Aziz Dia

Mr Dia, a Senegalese citizen, has over 25 years of banking experience garnered from several countries across the globe, including the United Kingdom, France, Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, Senegal, Kenya and Cote D’Ivoire. He has worked in senior management positions at
international financial institutions such as the African Development Bank, Citigroup, Standard Chartered, Ecobank and UBA.

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Mr Dia has served in the capacity of Executive Director on various company Boards in Africa and in Europe and now joins the UBA Group as a non-Executive Director of the Board. He holds a Master’s Degree in Statistics and Financial Mathematics from ENSAE in Paris, rance. He is fluent in 6 languages(French, English, Romanian, German, Wolof and Fulani).

‘Abdoul-Aziz Dia is a seasoned banker with a wealth of experience. He joins the UBA Board with a global outlook and I am confident that he has a vital role to play in the future of UBA and will add enormous value to the Group’s growth strategy’ said the UBA Group Chairman, Mr Tony Elumelu.

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Dia joins the Board almost a year after UBA appointed four new members to strengthen and further diversify its Group Board including two female board members, Erelu Angela Adebayo and Angela Aneke. The other two Directors are Kayode Fasola and Abdul Kadir J. Bello.

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