Access Bank Plc Appoints Dr. Gregory Ovie Jobome as Executive Director, Risk Management Division

February 8, 2017

Access Bank has announced the appointment of Dr. Gregory Ovie Jobome, as Executive Director, Risk Management Division.

Dr. Jobome is a thorough bred banking professional with excellent academic pedigree. He obtained a First Class Degree in Economics from the University of Maiduguri in 1986 and a Distinction in Master of Business Administration from Obafemi Awolowo University in 1990. Dr Jobome also obtained a Master of Science Degree (1994) and a Doctorate Degree (2002) both in Economics and Finance from Loughborough University, UK.

He has over 25 years of work experience obtained from Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, University of Liverpool Management School, Manchester Business School and Access Bank Plc. He joined Access Bank Plc in July 2010 as a General Manager and Chief Risk Officer. Prior to joining the Bank, he was a Risk Management Consultant to Guaranty Trust Bank Plc. Dr Jobome has been instrumental to the many giant strides attained by the Bank in the risk management space.

Dr. Jobome is a highly sought after resource person and has held several key industry leadership positions including:

Director, CRC Credit Bureau Ltd
President, Risk Management Association of Nigeria between 2012 and 2015
Member, Working Group on Regulatory Reforms of the Institute of International Finance
Member, Capacity Building Committee, Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria
Member , Board of Trustees, Risk Managers Association of Nigeria
Member, Chief Risk Officers Forum
His appointment has been approved by the Central Bank of Nigeria.

Commenting on the appointment, Mrs. Mosun Belo-Olusoga the Chairman of Access Bank said:

“We are very delighted to welcome Dr. Jobome on the Board of Access Bank. He brings on board a very rich banking industry, academic cum board room experience relevant to our Bank. These skills will no doubt support our Bank’s quest to become the World’s Most Respected African Bank”.

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