Chemical and Allied Products Plc (CAP Plc) has appointed Mr. Yomi Adenson as the company’s Chief Finance Officer effective from June 1, 2021.
The company stated in a statement signed by Ayomipo Wey, Company Secretary/General Counsel, CAP Plc.
Prior to joining CAP Plc, Yomi worked with Promasidor Nigeria Limited as a Senior Manager/General Manager, Finance. Before then, Yomi worked with May and Baker Plc and Dunlop Nigeria Plc.
Yomi is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (“ICAN”) and a serving board member of the Taxation and Fiscal Committee of ICAN. He is a master’s degree holder in Finance and had his Leadership programme from Manchester Business School, Manchester, United Kingdom.
Yomi has strong accounting background with over 15 years of professional experience contributing to topline growth, business risk assessment, corporate governance, cost-analysis, and enhancement of bottom-line performance. Yomi specializes in treasury management, financial control, process improvement, financial planning, tax and regulatory compliance, negotiation, strategy, and leadership.
He is passionate about value addition and sustainable growth through cross-functional effort.
Lasaco Assurance Appoints Razzaq Abiodun as Acting MD/CEO, as Mr. Segun Balogun Retires
Lasaco Assurance Plc, an insurance and financial services company, on Monday appointed Razzaq Abiodun as the Acting Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company following the retirement of Mr. Segun Balogun on Saturday, 29th May 2021.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by Gertrude Olutekunbi, Company Secretary, Lasaco Assurance and seen by Investors King.
Part of the statement reads, “Consequently, the Boord of Directors has approved the appointment of Mr. Razzaq Abiodun as the Acting Managing Director/CEO.”
“Mr. Razzaq Abiodun joined Lasaco Assurance Plc in 2Ol7 as Executive Director Technical and later became Deputy Managing Director Technical. The company has benefitted from his wealth of experience and exposure on insurance matters.”
GE Healthcare Announces Leadership Appointment in West Africa to Help Deliver Next Phase of Growth
GE (NYSE: GE) General Electric today announced the appointment of Dr. George Uduku, a Nigerian national, as the General Manager for West Africa covering Nigeria, Ghana Sierra Leone and Liberia. George will lead the geographic teams and help enable rigorous growth through a focus on execution, team culture and customer experience as a key differentiator.
George is a highly regarded leader and expert with more than 10 years of executive healthcare experience in the United States and Africa. In addition to working with multinationals in the healthcare technology space, he worked in venture capital where he conducted specific disease state market analysis, competitive landscape evaluations and investment opportunity screening. George received his medical degree from University of Calabar College of Medical Sciences Nigeria and completed his Master of Business Administration with distinction at Hult International Business School Boston, with concentrations in Strategy and Entrepreneurship.
Commenting on George Uduku’s appointment, Eyong Ebai, General Manager, GE Healthcare, Sub-Saharan Africa, said: “George’s appointment is testament to our localization efforts and our ongoing commitment to West Africa. I am confident that with his leadership, we are even more strongly positioned to deliver the highest quality solutions and services that support our customers growth and profitability as well as enable universal healthcare across the continent.”
Dr. Uduku, added: “Improving access to quality healthcare is a key priority for the governments of West Africa, and GE Healthcare has a proud history of providing transformational medical technologies and services that have shaped a new age in patient care. I am honored to join GE Healthcare at such a pivotal time for the healthcare industry and thrilled to be leading the very talented team in West Africa.”
GE Healthcare has been a committed partner to the healthcare sector in Africa for more than 100 years. Today in West Africa, nearly 6000 GE Healthcare technologies are deployed in hospitals and clinics across the markets.
United Bank for Africa Plc Picks Caroline Anyanwu to Join its Board
United Bank for Africa (UBA) has picked Mrs. Caroline Anyanwu to join its board of directors effective May 19, 2021.
The leading pan-African financial services institution disclosed in a statement signed by Bili A. Odum, Group Company Secretary, United Bank for Africa Plc.
Caroline Anyanwu holds a First-Class degree in Statistics from the University of Ilorin in Nigeria and has worked extensively in the fields of accounting, taxation, credit risk and banking throughout her career of close to four decades. She worked at UBA from 1996-2006, where she held the position of Head, Credit Risk Management. Mrs. Anyanwu also served as the Deputy Managing Director of Diamond Bank with supervisory responsibility for risk management, until her retirement in 2019.
Commenting on the appointment, Tony Elumelu, the Chairman, UBA Plc, said “We welcome Caroline back to the UBA Group after fifteen years. She helped develop our credit and risk management, and her track record leaves me in no doubt that she will be able to harness her considerable experience across the African continent to bring valuable contributions to the Group Board of UBA. Corporate governance and risk management are central to what we do at UBA and Caroline Anyanwu aligns perfectly with our vision.”
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