Ecobank, the pan-African institution, has grown its digital customers to around four million digital customers.
Ecobank returned to profitability in 2017 and it intends to restart paying dividends in the future. Profits were $182 million, against net revenues of $1.8 billion.
As part of its partnership with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the Ecobank Foundation is donating $750,000 to the Ministry of …
Kenya’s newly re-elected President Kenyatta faces problems with his discontented opponents in 2018, but prospects for the economy are looking up.
“Digitalisation has the potential to alleviate some of Africa’s greatest economic and structural challenges,” says Ecobank’s Ade Ayeyemi
Trade between African countries is meagre, but pan-African companies have the ability to increase it.
Ecobank is already present in more African countries than any rival, but CEO Ade Ayeyemi has a vision of something even bigger.
The general meeting approved the company’s accounts for the 2015 financial year and the appropriation of its profits, which amounted to USD 60.77 million.
Samuel Ashitey Adjei, the current Managing Director of the Ghana Subsidiary, has been appointed Managing Director for the Group’s recently combined region, Central, Eastern, and Southern African (CESA) Countries.
Last year, Ecobank was in turmoil. Today, it looks to be in rude health. African Banker spoke to the man who was brought in to manage this turnaround.