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Renmoney Appoints New CEO, Aims To Empower SMEs

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Renmony, a fintech lending company licensed as a Microfinance Bank in Lagos has announced the appointment of Oluwatobi Boshoro as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Prior to her appointment, Boshoro served as Head, Digital Strategy, Issuing and Service Management at Stanbic IBTC, where she also headed the bank’s Electronic Banking and Digital Strategy units at various times, which led to the digital transformation of the bank.

Speaking at the bank’s head office in Lagos to officially announce the appointment, the new CEO said that the appointment was an opportunity to significantly empower under-banked individuals and boost the teeming Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

Her words: “There is a synergy between the values I espouse and what Renmoney represents as an organization. Our customers will continue to be the core of our focus as we work hard to build even more convenient solutions to help them achieve their goals.

“The work we do fuels dreams and supports small businesses and individuals across Lagos, so we must also continue to keep our staff inspired to do that.”

She noted that she was thrilled to be part of the organization, as Renmoney was passionate about leveraging data and technologies to enable individuals achieve their dreams.

In his remarks, the Chairman, Renmoney Board of Directors, Kieran Donnelly, said the bank was excited to have Boshoro on board as its CEO.

He said: “As a fintech driven company, Boshoro’s experience in driving innovation and excellent service delivery will be critical to our success. Under her leadership, we are confident than ever that we will deliver outstanding digital service experiences to even more customers in Nigeria.”

He described Boshoro, as an innovative and transformational leader with proven abilities to develop strategies to deliver customer-focused solutions and drive bottom line growth in highly competitive markets.

Source: The Guardian

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