Barclays Bank Ghana MD Resigns
Managing Director of Barclays Bank Ghana, Patience Akyianu has resigned from the bank but she is expected to continue until 30 September, 2018.
A statement from Barclays Bank Ghana indicated that a search for Mrs. Akyianu’s successor is currently underway.
As Managing Director, Mrs. Akyianu has built a high performing and diverse leadership team which has led to Barclays Bank Ghana being the most profitable bank.
Her passion for excellent customer service has translated into greater customer and innovation focus across the bank.
In addition, the marked progress seen on her watch has led to employee engagement being at its highest in recent years.
Mrs. Patience Akyianu said, “It’s been an amazing journey, spending more than half of my years in banking with this highly talented and motivated team. It is a team that is more than capable of delivering the bold new strategy that will build the bank that Africa will indeed be proud of.”
The Barclays Africa Group leadership and the Board of Barclays Bank Ghana expressed their appreciation to Mrs Akyianu for her leadership and immense contribution to the remarkable performance of the bank during her 10-year tenor with the bank.
Board Chairman of Barclays Bank Ghana, Charles Cofie said “Her contribution to our business has been outstanding and although she will not be here to oversee our new strategy, she has been an instrumental part of its development.
“We have a clear transition plan in place and a strong management team supported by the Board and great employees capable of delivering the exciting Pan African Bank that Ghana and the entire continent will all be proud of,” he said.