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Amaka Onwughalu

Amaka Onwughalu is an illustrious corporate leader with over 30 years in industry. She serves as a Trustee of the non-profit, United Way Greater Nigeria, and was recently appointed a Non-Executive Director of Fidelity Bank Plc.


Her academic and professional accomplishments remain unassailable as she holds degrees, certifications and qualifications from various reputable institutions such as; the renowned executive Business School, INSEAD, Fontainebleau in France; IMD Business School Lausanne, Switzerland; Judge Business School, University of Cambridge; Columbia Business School; Institute of Internal Auditors of Nigeria; Institute of Credit Administration (ICA); Institute of Management (NIM); Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria; and Institute of Directors (IoD). She also holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Economics from the University of Buckingham, Master of Science (M.Sc.) Degree in Corporate Governance from Leeds Met University, United Kingdom and an MBA from the University of Port Harcourt.


Mrs. Onwughalu has served in several executive management positions spanning Commercial Banking, Retail Banking, Treasury Management, Banking operations and Corporate Banking and on account of her professionalism and philanthropy has been decorated with several awards by many associations and institutes. She is a recipient of the National Merit Award for Accountability & Transparency (NMAT), Vocational Service Award and the prestigious Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary Club International, Institute of Internal Auditors of Nigeria Award and the Award of Excellence and Distinction in Financial Management (AEDFM).


As an experienced leader and former Deputy Managing Director of the erstwhile Skye Bank Plc,Amaka Onwughalu continued to mentor several business leaders and entrepreneurs who are currently playing pivotal roles in different sectors of the economy. Mrs. Onwughalu remains passionate about ethical business practices. She has also shown extensive commitment to the role of Nigerian women in stimulating the economic development of Nigeria.

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