Ecobank announces three new appointments

Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI), Lome-based parent company of the Ecobank Group, has announced three new appointments for the region

ecobank 24Ecobank is a pan-African bank conglomerate, with banking activities in 36 African countries. (Source image: Innocent kaneza / Flickr)

Paul-Harry Aithnard has been appointed as managing director of Ecobank Ivory Coast and regional executive body, UEMOA. Yves Mayilamene is the new group director, human resources and Josephine Anan-Ankomah is the new group director, commercial banking.

The appointment of Aithnard took place after an internal recruitment process that was initiated to replace Charles Daboiko, current director of Ecobank Côte d 'Ivoire and regional executive of UEMOA, who retires from the bank in November 2018.

With 20 years of work experience, Aithnard joined Ecobank Transnational Incorporated in 2008 as a group study. Before joining Ecobank, he was global head commodities, co-head of global macro investment advisory at BBSP Investment Advisory, Paris-London. He also worked as general manager, deputy director, BBSP Investment Advisory, Montreal-New York and a lecturer at HEC Business School of Montreal.

Yves Mayilamene, prior to this appointment, was the Deputy Group Leader Human Resources and Head of Human Resources for Ecobank Nigeria.

Mayilamene joined Ecobank in 2012 with more than 15 years of experience in all aspects of human resources in Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa. He was affiliated with British American Tobacco (BAT) and held various senior HR positions in Congo, Switzerland, Senegal and Kenya.

Josephine Anan-Ankomah was the managing director of Ecobank Gambia prior to this appointment.

With more than 25 years of experience within the Ecobank, Anan-Ankomah has held various managerial positions at the bank, such as regional treasurer in various affiliated companies of the group, chief operating officer at regional level, head of business strategy and business development and deputy head of investment banking. group (Ecobank Ghana).

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