Pearl Esua-Mensah

Pearl Esua-Mensah

The Board of UT Bank has announced that Mrs. Pearl Esua-Mensah has resigned from the Bank as its Deputy Managing Director. The Board has appointed Mr. Stephen Antwi-Asimeng to handle her duties and responsibilities. Her resignation takes effect from Friday 26th June 2015.

?Pearl has been a key member of the management team that has been at the forefront of most of the achievements of UT. Since joining the company in 2004 she has helped the company win various awards. First as our Director of Finance and Administration and then Deputy Managing Director she was also influential in the corporate rebranding from Unique Trust to UTFSL and later UT Bank, as well as listing on the Ghana Stock Exchange. ? said Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Chief Executive Officer of the Bank. She was part of the leadership team of UT Bank that won the CIG Bank of the Year, 2011.  The CEO added that Pearl?s 11 years with the UT Group ?have been marked by outstanding performance and she has demonstrated remarkable talent and sound judgment.?

Mrs. Esua-Mensah submitted her resignation to the board citing her desire to ?pursue long cherished personal goals?.  She expressed her gratitude to the entire UT team saying her years with the brand have been rewarding, fulfilling, and exciting.

UT Bank Ghana Ltd, is the flagship company of the UT Group. It commenced business as a Finance house in 1997 and evolved from a lending company, to what is now a Universal Bank that is publicly owned and actively traded on the Ghana Stock Exchange.  UT Bank has positioned itself as a lending bank that seeks to change the face of banking in Ghana through fast, efficient and respectful delivery of products and services.  UT Bank provides innovative customer oriented products and services, focusing primarily, on the financial needs of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).

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