The Federal Government and the Association of Professional Women Bankers are working together to create a robust and thriving economy based on sustainable policies.
The Punch reported that in her speech at the association’s annual general meeting, APWB Chairwoman, Funke Ladimeji disclosed this information.
According to Ladimeji, “APWB and her members are vital actors in the growth and development of Nigeria as bankers and professionals in the broader financial industry.
The Association of Professional Women Bankers said that it is prepared to work with the current administration to create a strong, stable, and prosperous Nigeria.
The chairperson, who doubles as an executive director at Coronation Merchant Bank, cited Mitchell Obama, the wife of the former American president, in arguing that no country can ever prosper if it stifles the potential of its women or denies itself the contributions of half of its citizens.
The chairperson recognized the enormous contribution that the banking system and financial services have made to the expansion of the economy.
Ladimeji emphasized the significance of Ministers carrying out the President’s pledge to implement the Renewed Hope Agenda.
“The role of the Nigerian Banking system, and indeed the role of the broader financial services, remains critical to the success of the Nigerian economy, for both economic growth and development,” she continued.