She was formerly a non-executive director on the Boards of Standard Trust Bank and United Bank for Africa.
What does STB stand for?
STB stands for Standard Trust Bank
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- South Temperate Belt (Jupiter)
- Southern Tourist Board (UK)
- Space-Time Block (coding scheme)
- Spanning Tree Bridge
- Special Tax Basis
- Special Troops Battalion
- Spin the Bottle
- Starboard (vessel)
- Start of Text Block
- Statni Bezpecnost (State Security Service; former Czechoslovakia)
- Steal the Bacon (game type)
- Steal This Book (book)
- Stock Tank Barrel (oil industry)
- Strategie, Technologie en Beleid (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek)
- Strictly The Best (reggae/dancehall compilation)
- Striped Bass (FAO fish species code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Okwechime was a Non-Executive Director on the Boards of Standard Trust Bank Plc and United Bank for Africa Plc.
At the merger of UBA and Standard Trust Bank (STB) as well as at the acquisition of Stirling Health by SmithKline Beecham, Abigail led key HR and corporate values integration initiatives.
West Africa's third largest bank is emerging from the coming together of United Bank for Africa and Standard Trust Bank, Nigeria's third and fifth largest financial institutions respectively.
The proprietary technology of both organizations enables their product offerings to seamlessly integrate with all standard trust bank accounting and custodial systems, allowing trust banks to retain asset custody and their advisory relationships with clients.
Tony Emumelu, managing director of Standard Trust Bank Ltd says: "Universal banking is the system whereby all financial institutions are allowed to perform an array of functions and services that they are best suited for.
STM's customers and partners include Cable & Wireless, Entel (Telecom Italia), Telefonica, Etisalat, Societe General Bank, Central Bank of Africa, Lippo Bank of Indonesia, and Standard Trust Bank.
The three banks, - which had suspensions lifted last October four months into a six month ban - are Standard Trust Bank, Continental Trust Bank and Pacific Merchant Bank.