Senegalese banker Amie NDIAYE SOW has been co-opted by the leaders of the Nigerian banking group UBA as the new Regional Director of the CEMAC zone. With a residence in Brazaville (Republic of Congo). Self-effacing and stingy in interviews, Amie Ndiaye Sow was Regional Director for Senegal, Guinea Conakry and Mali, then Africa Director for Corporate and Institutional Bank.
She is the first French-speaking woman to join the executive committee of UBA Africa. According to exclusive information obtained by Confidential Africa, the Nigerian leaders of the banking group UBA have played the card of the Senegalese banker to move the lines.
Thanks to its performance linked to the gradual reorganization of the portfolios of UBA subsidiaries in the West African sub-region. She left good vintage in the coffers of UBA Senegal. The net result after taxes amounts to CFAF 7 billion. Promoted Regional Director in the CEMAC Zone in mid-March 2021 with residence in Brazzaville (Republic of Congo), Amie Ndiaye Sow is attacking an impressive and flourishing portfolio in terms of trust.
The market in the Central African region is stronger than that of the Uemoa Zone. A big challenge for the Senegalese who must live up to the expectations of her supervisors. In spite of the second knives in ambush who ogle this strategic function.
Source: Confidential Afrique