Acceptance Business Head at Sterling Bank Plc


Sterling Bank Plc “Your one-customer bank” is a full service national commercial bank in Nigeria. In over 50 years of operations, Sterling Bank (formerly NAL Bank) has evolved from the nation’s pre-eminent investment banking institution to a fully-fledged commercial bank; and completed a merger with 4 other banks – Indo-Nigeria Merchant Bank, Magnum Trust Bank, NBM Bank and Trust Bank of Africa – as part of the 2006 consolidation of the Nigerian banking industry.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Head, Acceptance Business

Location: Nigeria
Job Type: Full-time
Specialization(s): Banking / Finance / Insurance

Job Summary

  • Responsible for defining and implementing the channel strategy, services and management for Point of Sale at merchant locations and virtual store front.

Job Description

  • Carry out Commercial feasibility study of POS locations
  • Responsible for acceptance device deployment and support framework
  • Responsible for virtual acceptance solution merchant integration and functionality
  • Management of acquiring relationships with third party vendors
  • Create and manage processes that ensure uptime and accessibility of acceptance devices
  • Responsible for acceptance business P & L

Job Experience

  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in electronic banking with at least 2 years on Acceptance business channel management

Deadline: 12th October, 2020.


This job originally appeared elsewhere


We promise not to spam you : ).
* indicates required
  • Email this to a friend
  • Share with a friend NEW!!
          Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
  • Report this Job
  • Save this Job


HR Manager at HCM Bridges Limited

Head of Administration at the West African College of Surgeons

LEAP Learning Officer at the Learning, Evidencing and Advocacy Partnerships (LEAP)

Specialized Technician – Electricity & Maintenance at Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) – France

Senior Service Coordinator in a Leading Power Solution Provider

Authors choice 2019 (click image for copy)
Inside Banker