Segun Agbaje and his record-breaking moves

If the banking profession were to be an art of problem-solving, Segun Agbaje, the head honcho of GTCO would possess a mastery of it like a born genius. All his life he has worked assiduously to uphold excellence. This is quite evident in his dealings since the establishment of Guarantee Trust Bank over three decades ago. Since he assumed office as the MD/CEO of one of the fastest-growing new generation banks in the country, Agbaje has proved pundits wrong that age is not a big factor when it comes to efficient service delivery and well-focused administration. In fact, at this point, he does not need to prove his wizardry in boardroom politics as it is quite evident and crystal clear that he is capable in all ramifications.

In the face of persistent opposition within the competitive financial world, he has remained focused, while also steadily delivering immeasurable growth to the bank, with several customer-friendly products and services that make other competitors groan in envy.

It is a fact that the quintessential banking guru, who is blessed with some unique attributes that include sterling leadership qualities, is touted to have mentored several individuals, who today occupy top managerial positions in their respective organizations across the country.

Since the birth of the newly formed Guaranty Trust Holding Company (GTCO) and its listing on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, following the restructuring of Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) Plc, sources disclosed that the financial powerhouse under Agbaje is marching towards success yet again. “GTCO posted impressive performance metrics in its just-released half-year 2021 results as its non-performing loans ratio to total loans dropped to 5.99% from 6.39% recorded as of the corresponding period of 2021. The non-performing loans ratio is a key metric in measuring the effectiveness of a bank in receiving repayments on its loans.”

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