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Abstract

UBA is one of the largest banks in Africa. It is the product of a merger between Nigeria’s fourth and fifth largest banks. It has been transformed from a Nigerian bank to a Pan-African bank with presence in seventeen African countries. It also has presence in New York, London and Paris. Mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances have been at the core of UBA’s growth strategy. It has entered into alliances with reputable global brands which has enhanced its own brand, enabled it to create quality assets, offered it additional means of distribution, and provided means of developing new skills. It hopes to leverage on its knowledge of its local terrain to provide quality services to its customers, and to continue to explore new markets in Africa and Asia.
Location:
Size:
Over 750 branches in 22 countries globally with over USD17 billion assets
Other setting(s):
2011-2013

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Abstract

UBA is one of the largest banks in Africa. It is the product of a merger between Nigeria’s fourth and fifth largest banks. It has been transformed from a Nigerian bank to a Pan-African bank with presence in seventeen African countries. It also has presence in New York, London and Paris. Mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances have been at the core of UBA’s growth strategy. It has entered into alliances with reputable global brands which has enhanced its own brand, enabled it to create quality assets, offered it additional means of distribution, and provided means of developing new skills. It hopes to leverage on its knowledge of its local terrain to provide quality services to its customers, and to continue to explore new markets in Africa and Asia.

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Location:
Size:
Over 750 branches in 22 countries globally with over USD17 billion assets
Other setting(s):
2011-2013

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