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Suzanne Iroche

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Suzanne Olufunke Iroche or Suzanne Olufunke Soboyejo-Iroche is a Nigerian banker who leads FinBank.


Iroche was educated at the Queen's College, the University of Lagos and the Kellogg School of Management in Illinois.

She was an Executive Director of Global Bank Directorate and she had been involved in pension management reforn at the United Bank for Africa.

She came to notice when there was a shake-up in the Nigerian banking industry when five bank CEOs were dismissed on 13 August 2009 and five replacements were named by the Central Bank of Nigeria. The Depty Governor, Sarah Alade, announced that Iroche was selected to lead FinBank Nigeria replacing Okey Nwosu. Others replaced on the same day included the CEO of the Union Bank of Nigeria, Dr. Bath Ebong, who was replaced by Olufunke Iyabo Osibodu and Cecilia Ibru who was replaced by John Aboh at Oceanic Bank.


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