Dick Kramer joined the Board of Directors of Union Bank as a Non-Executive Director in 2012.
Mr. Kramer is the Chairman of African Capital Alliance, an organization that has pioneered the management of private equity investments in high potential sectors of the Nigerian economy.
A trained accountant, he earned an MBA from Harvard Business School prior to joining Arthur Andersen in 1958 where he worked in all regions. He became the founding Managing Partner of the firm in Nigeria in 1978.
On his retirement in 1994, Dick remained in Nigeria to consult, invest and continue community service activities. He is a member of the Lagos Business School Advisory Board and the American Business Council.
Other achievements include:
Recipient, Officer of the Order of the Federal Republic (OFR)
Founder and first Vice Chairman, Nigeria Economic Summit Group
President, Harvard Business School Association of Nigeria (HBSAN)
Head, Technical Team and Member of Vision 2010 Committee
Recipient, Zik Prize in Leadership