- Ghanaian banker, Henry Baye, has been appointed Standard Chartered Bank Chief Executive Officer in Jersey, UK
- He was recently Head of Retail Banking, Ghana and West Africa
- He said the Jersey business is one of the most unique examples of a platform for prosperous relationships
Information available to YEN.com.gh indicates that a Ghanaian banker, Henry Baye, has been appointed Standard Chartered Bank Chief Executive Officer in Jersey, UK.
The new CEO, according to myjoyonline.com, brings with him 22 years of experience across Distribution, Wealth Management and Personal Lending.
According to the reports, he was recently Head of Retail Banking, Ghana and West Africa.
Speaking about his new role, he said the Jersey business is one of the most unique examples of a platform for prosperous relationships.
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“The business is uniquely positioned to deliver on the Bank’s refreshed strategic priorities. We will focus on bringing digital innovations that will help us deliver an improved client experience," he said.
Baye started his banking career as an International Graduate with Standard Chartered. He has also held leadership roles in Barclays Bank Ghana and Universal Merchant Bank Ghana.
At Standard Chartered, he has focused on delivering a wide range of initiatives for Ghana and the West Africa region, having led transformation projects and most recently the launch of Standard Chartered’s first-ever digital bank in Cote D’Ivoire.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Cape Coast and holds an MBA from the University of Ghana.
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In other news, it turns out that the Member of Parliament for North Tongu Constituency, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, does not owe the Metro Mass Transport company, contrary to reports.
The legislator was accused of being among those owing the state-owned transport company a huge amount of money.
According to the PRO of the Metro Mass Transport company, Mr. Ablakwah and other MPs owe the company to the tune of GH¢1.5 million.
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