Herbert Wigwe, the Group CEO of Access Bank Plc, has been voted the Most Reputable Nigerian Bank CEO in the latest ranking poll of Reputation Management Agency, Reputation Poll, with leading PR and Rating Agency, Avance Media, and the Institute of Leadership and Management.
Wigwe beat off competition from 19 other CEOs of commercial banks in Nigeria in a public poll.
The 50-year-old CEO, since assuming office in January 2014, through several challenges, has been able to keep the head of the bank high in the industry.
Wigwe is also an alumnus of the Harvard Business School Executive Management Programme.
He served as the Chairman of Access Bank Ghana Limited and is the current Chairman of Access Bank (UK) Limited.
The poll, which is being undertaken across various countries, recently had Wigwe’s Ghanaian counterpart, Dolapo Ogundimu, the CEO of Access Bank Ghana, also voted the 2017 Most Reputable Ghanaian Bank CEO.
Forbes ranked entrepreneur and founder of Reputation Poll, Barrister Rex Idaminabo, in a short statement admonished other CEOs to create very easily accessible platforms where they can mentor young Nigerians to become very diligent in business.
More information from the poll can be accessed on www.reputationpoll.com/nigeriabankceos.
Reputation poll is a South African research-based, global performance-management consulting company.
Avance Media is Africa’s Leading Media and Public Relations Agency focused on creating varied contents for the Global Market.
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