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All You Should Know About Aishah Ahmad, CBN’s New Deputy Governor

Aishah Ahmad’s appointment as the new deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) was approved by President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, October 5, 2017.
The vibrant 40 year old professional has been actively involved in banking at the top level for most part of the last 20 years, either as a banking executive or investment adviser on retail banking, wealth management, consulting and financial advisory.

Aishah Ahmad [Guardian Woman]
Aishah Ahmad [ Photo Credit: Guardian Woman]

Her Brief Biography
Born October 26, 1977, Mrs. Ahmad, an indigene of Niger State, was, prior to her appointment, the Executive Director (Retail Banking) at Diamond Bank Plc.
She is the chairperson of the executive council of Women in Management, Business and Public Service, WIMBIZ, a Nigerian non-profit organisation, established in 2001, focused on addressing issues affecting the interest of women professionals in business, with particular attention on promoting leadership development and building capacities to engender growth.
Mrs. Ahmad’s professional banking experience traverses the NAL Bank Plc, Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc and Zenith Bank Plc.
A member of the Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst, CAIA Associations, Mrs. Ahmad was until her appointment in charge of the Consumer Banking Division at Diamond Bank Plc, covering the consumer banking, privilege banking, retail assets chains.
A holder of the Master of Science, MSc in Finance & Management from the Cranfield School of Management in the United Kingdom, Mrs. Ahmad, an accounting graduate from the University of Abuja, also has a Master of Business Administration, MBA in finance from the University of Lagos.
She is married to Abdallah Ahmad, a retired brigadier-general. They have two sons.

Aishah Ahmad [ Photo Credit: Guardian Woman]
Aishah Ahmad [ Photo Credit: Guardian Woman]

Her Appointment
Mrs. Ahmad’s appointment which was announced by the presidency on Thursday is expected to fill the void created by the exit of the former deputy governor in charge of Economic Policy, Sarah Alade, who retired from the Central Bank in March 2017 as the only woman in the top hierarchy of the apex bank.
She is expected to assume duty as CBN deputy governor immediately after her confirmation by the Senate.

Her Role Model
Aishah looks up to Hilary Clinton.

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