FBNBank Ghana Limited, a subsidiary of First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has announced the appointment of Ms. Rosie Ebe-Arthur to its Board of Directors as a Non-Executive Director following Bank of Ghana approval.
Ms. Rosie Ebe-Arthur, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (UK), joins the FBNBank Ghana Board with extensive experience gained from more than 24 years of practice across Africa and the United Kingdom. Rosie has held senior management positions at Standard Chartered Bank across five markets in West Africa, Ecobank Transnational Inc. with responsibility for 33 countries, and Ernst & Young Africa in South Africa in addition to various entities of the Publicis Groupe in the United Kingdom.
She is currently the Group Head-Human Capital Management and Development at First Bank of Nigeria and Subsidiaries, where she is accountable for setting the People Strategy across the bank’s footprint in Africa, the United Kingdom and representative offices in France and China. She is also a member of the MTN Ghana Board of Directors.
Rosie is an alumnus of Wesley Girls, the University of Cape Coast and the University of Westminster. She is also an alumnus of Management Programmes at INSEAD and The Said Business School, University of Oxford.
Commenting on Rosie’s appointment, Chief Executive Officer of First Bank of Nigeria Limited and Subsidiaries, Dr. Adesola Adeduntan said: “Rosie’s addition to the FBNBank Ghana Board is a strong statement of our commitment to strengthen our position in Ghana, where we are strategically placed to deliver greater value through our support for SMEs and general development of the economy. With her wealth of experience, especially in developing and managing human capital, we can move more confidently toward our strategic goals – and most importantly, ensure that our people continue to keep our stakeholders at the heart of what we do”.
Rosie joins FBNBank Ghana in its 25th year, as the bank increasingly deepens its engagement with customers and other key stakeholder-groups.
Commenting on her appointment to the FBNBank Ghana Board, Rosie said: “My appointment to the FBNBank Ghana Board offers opportunities to contribute to a great brand and my country. I am excited at the prospect of supporting the team as we take on challenges together, and strive to move our offering to our customers and other stakeholders some notches higher. We have a vibrant proposition, backed by an engaged team in a market that has so much potential for growth. I have no doubt that together, as a team, we will make FBNBank one of the strongest and safest banks in the country, always putting our customers and stakeholders first”.