Announced behind the scenes, the resignation of the Director General of the Ivorian Bank Company (SIB), Daouda Coulibaly, is effective. Meeting on Monday, May 10, the bank’s board said it had taken note.
At the head of this banking structure for more than 10 years, Daouda Coulibaly is leaving for a new promotion at the level of the Attijariwafa bank group, on which SIB depends. He is replaced by Mohamed El Ghazi, holder of a Higher Studies Diploma (DES) from the University of Hassan II in Casablanca and an MBA from Sherbrooke Canada, with more than 30 years of experience within the Moroccan group.
“Mr. Coulibaly brilliantly led, for nearly a decade, the transformation of the bank, carrying out essential reforms which today make SIB a leader in Côte d’Ivoire in its field of activity and one of the most important subsidiaries of the Attijariwafa bank (Awb) group ”, underlines a note from the bank. Which justifies the work of Daouda Coulibaly by obtaining the Prize of Excellence from the President of the Republic for the best establishment in the banking and financial sector in 2017, the Innovation Prize at the Funding Awards for the “Finance S” initiative. ‘engage’ and the Bank of the Year 2018 Trophy in Côte d’Ivoire awarded by the British group Financial Times.
Listed on the Regional Stock Exchange (Brvm) since 2016, the Ivorian Bank Company, which covers 21 cities in the Ivorian territory, launched in 2019 Impact 2023, its new strategic development plan to position itself in the Top 3 banks Ivorian.