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Fidelity Bank gets new head of brand, communications


Fidelity Bank

Fidelity Bank

Fidelity Bank Plc, one of Nigeria’s leading banks has announced the appointment of Charles Aigbe as Divisional Head, Brand and Communications.According to the bank’s Chief Executive Officer, Nnamdi Okonkwo, the appointment of Charles was part of concerted efforts to realign the communications function of the bank to the strategic vision of being number one in selected markets.

“We welcome him to the Fidelity Bank family. We will work together, leveraging on our combined experiences to actualize all our growth initiatives and grow the Fidelity brand,” said Okonkwo.

Before his appointment, Charles was Divisional Head, Marketing and Corporate Relations at United Bank for Africa (UBA) prior to joining Fidelity Bank.


He started his career in the investment-banking end of the Nigerian financial industry, with defunct Kapital Merchant Bank before moving into broadcasting when he joined DBN Television in the mid 90s. He left as News Controller/Business Editor in late 2001 to take up an appointment with UBA in January 2002.

Through hard work, determination and continuous pursuit of excellence, Charles soon established himself as a go-getter and team player at UBA, rising to head the overall communications and CSR functions in the entire Group.

With a career spanning over two decades in financial Services, media, brand management, public relations and communications, Charles was called into the leadership of the association of communications managers in the industry in 2015 when he was elected as 1ST Vice President of the Association of Corporate Affairs Managers of Banks (ACAMB).

Charles Aigbe is an alumnus of the University of Jos, a chartered stockbroker and member of the Nigerian Institute of Marketing (NIM). He is widely travelled and has attended several trainings both locally and internationally.

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