Zenith Bank gets recognition as best commercial bank in Nigeria

The World Finance Banking Awards 2022 has recognized Zenith Bank Plc as Nigeria’s best commercial bank. The bank was also named the Best Corporate Governance Bank in Nigeria in the World Finance Corporate Governance Awards 2022.

The awards were in recognition of the bank’s ability to embrace digital transformation, best-in-class sustainability, and corporate governance practices, leading to stellar business performance in a difficult economic climate.

Commenting on the awards, the Group Managing Director of Zenith Bank, Ebenzer Onyeagwu stated thus:

“These awards reflect our strong business fundamentals, resilience and ability to adapt to the ever-changing dynamics of the market through our innovative solutions, as well as our commitment to global best practices.

“As a member and signatory to various domestic and international sustainability frameworks including the United Nations Global Compact and the Central Bank of Nigeria sustainable banking principles, we continue to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals by creating value for our shareholders, customers, clients, investors, communities and the environment through our practices, operations and investments”

Source: Zenith Bank gets recognition as best commercial bank in Nigeria – StocksWatch (stocksng.com)

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