Peter Ashade gets recognition as African CEO of year

Peter Ashade, the Group Chief Executive Officer of United Capital Plc has been named African CEO of the year at the 2022 African Business Leadership Awards. The award was presented on Monday at the 7th Africa Summit held at the House of Lords, London, United Kingdom.

The African Business Leadership Awards recognises industry leaders and organisations across the African continent, rewarding exceptional corporate practices and outstanding achievers in Africa’s private sector.

With 13 award categories and over 370,000 entries, the awarding body adopted a three-step points-based selection process that included: a call for nomination, a call for voting of the shortlisted nominees and the editorial board’s final review of the nominations, voting submissions as well as other supporting evidence.

Peter Ashade emerged winner of the ‘African CEO of the Year’ category ahead of runner-up James Githii Mburu, CEO, Kenya Revenue Authority and other nominees, including the CEOs of Banque Centrale Populaire, Morocco, and Finance Trust Bank, Uganda.

Expressing his profound gratitude, Ashade, in his acceptance speech at the award ceremony, dedicated the award to his colleagues at United Capital Plc.

 “While the name inscribed on this plaque is mine, the true winners of this award are the board, executive management, and staff of United Capital Plc who are fully committed to our mission of providing best-in-class financial services to our customers and shareholders while gradually changing the narrative of African financial service offerings”.

Source: Peter Ashade gets recognition as African CEO of year – StocksWatch (stocksng.com)

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