BrandArena: GTBank wins International award for Good Corporate Governance

Tuesday 29 September 2015

GTBank wins International award for Good Corporate Governance

Leading pan-African magazine, African Business, has announced winners of the 2015 African Business Awards at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York. From Nigeria, Guaranty Trust Bank bagged Award for Good Corporate Governance, Aliko Dangote, CEO, Dangote Group clinched the Business Leader of the year Award while The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), won Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility.

The Awards, organised by African Business magazine, also commended leading businesses including Dangote Cement, Guaranty Trust Bank, Abellon Clean Energy, the Nigerian Stock Exchange and the leading provider of mobile-delivered micro-insurance in emerging markets, BIMA.
Segun Agbaje

The objective of the Awards is to highlight a successful and vibrant Africa that is open to local, regional and global business ventures. Now in its seventh year, the African Business Awards has grown into a platform that celebrates excellence in African business by recognizing the individuals and companies that are driving Africa’s rapidly transforming economy and creating new economic opportunities for citizens and communities all over the continent.

Other winners are: Mohammed Dewji, CEO, Mohammed Enterprise, Tanzania as Most Outstanding Woman in Business; Daphne Mashile Nkosi, Executive Chairperson, Kalagadi Manganese, South Africa; Award for Innovation was won by Abellon Clean Energy, Ghana; BIMA ( bagged Insurance Company & Initiative of the Year; Strive Masiyiwa, Chairman and Founder, Econet won Lifetime Achievement Award and Helen Hai, Chief Executive Officer of Made in Africa Initiative cliched the African Business Icon Award.

Commenting on the Awards, Omar Ben Yedder said: "This is the seventh year that we have organised the African Business Awards. We are grateful to Zenith Bank, GTBank, Agility and Cofina for supporting African Business magazine and IC Events in bringing about this year's awards. We have worthy winners and the work of both our winners and nominees shows what can be done on the continent with hard work and single minded determination. We would have liked to have seen more entries from the francophone world, but this may reflect the fact that English speaking countries in general have a more developed and thriving private sector."

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