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February 12th, 2018
Dan Okeke

Dan Okeke

Dan Okeke, United Bank For Africa Executive Director

Dan Okeke is responsible for UBA’s business and activities in Northern Nigeria.

Prior to this role he was head of the bank’s activities in Eastern Nigeria.

His wide ranging career has seen him working in major manufacturing companies before he transitioned to finance.

He has over 17 years experience in banking, with specialism in domestic and international operations, credit and marketing.

Okeke is the holder of a BSc in Geography and Planning from the University of Nsukka and MBA from the ESUT Business School, Lagos. He is also an associate of the Nigerian Institute of Management and attended the Competition and Strategy Programme at Harvard Business School.

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