Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
My name is Isong Udom 47yrs happily married with two children. Over the years I have been working hard in the business industry. I have an enviable experience and track record in banking with key strengths in Corporate and Commercial Banking, spanning about decades across various countries in West and Central Africa.I have a tremendous opportunity to grow the business further and to exceed the expectations of my customers.
I am currently the Managing Director of the United Bank of Africa.
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