Barely three-months after a change of leadership at his fast-rising financial institution, Fidelty Bank, the upwardly mobile journalist and brand strategist, Charles Aigbe has resigned his position as the Deputy General Manager/Head, Brand & Communications of the bank.
Information gathered by Omonaijablog.com indicates that his resignation took effect a couple of weeks back. It has also been gathered that Charles is leaving the banking sector to pursue a career in the oil and gas sector and other personal career interests, he has been nursing but which has not been given the needed push because of his engagement at Fidelity Bank.
Before he joined Fidelity Bank in 2017, from United Bank of Africa where he spent over 17 years as Divisional Head, Marketing and Corporate Relations, he had garnered years of experience in the banking industry, and held top management positions in Corporate Banking, Personal and Private banking , Administration and Corporate Affairs.
The alumnus of the University of Jos, Charles Aigbe, a chartered stockbroker and member of the Nigerian Institute of Marketing armed with career spanning over two decades, is an experienced marketing and communications professional with a demonstrated history of working in the media and the banking industries in Nigeria and Africa.
He started his career in the investment banking end of the Nigerian financial industry with the defunct Kapital Merchant Bank before moving into broadcasting when he joined DBN Television in the mid-90s.
He left as News Controller/Business Editor in late 2001 to take up an appointment with the UBA in January 2002.