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WebTV's Economy & Politics segment dedicated to #Coronanomics will be featuring a robust conversation on 'Nigeria and The Quest For Revenue Diversification'.
Guest: Dr. Suleyman Ndanusa
Date: Monday, June 15, 2020
Topic: Nigeria and The Quest For Revenue Diversification
Highlights: Available later in the day with link to full video.
Host: Ottoabasi Abasiekong, Editor, WebTV
Co-Host: Boason Omofaye, Guest Analyst and CEO Frontier Africa Reports
Key Questions for Discussion
Suleyman Abdu Ndanusa is a Banker, a Lawyer, an Economist, a Certified National Accountant, Stockbroker and Chartered Secretary.
He graduated from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria with a Bsc (2nd Class Upper) degree in Economics in 1978 and obtained an MBA in 1982 from the same University. He obtained an LLB degree from University of Lagos in 2000 and was called to bar in 2003. He is also a graduate of the prestigious Advance Management programme (AMP) of Harvard Business School USA and the Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP) from Judge Business School, Cambridge University, UK. He is a holder of Ph.D. MGMT (Corporate Governance) from the University of San Juan, and also a holder of Ph.D. in Security and Strategy from Nasarawa State University.
He was the Board Chairman of Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Nigeria from January 2013 to April 2015 having previously served as the Director General from 1999 - 2004. He was the Chairman/ProChancellor of IBB University Lapai in Niger State (2009- 2015). He is also the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Global Mandate Consulting Limited, Abuja; a multidisciplinary consulting firm providing services in corporate governance, risk management, economic research, financial services sector and advisory on policy formulation.
Ndanusa's career includes leadership roles at Spring Bank Plc, Nigeria where he served as Managing Director/CEO from June 2007 - Dec 2008 (an interim arrangement to salvage the crises ridden Bank). Prior to his appointment, he was Lead Consultant in the Central Bank of Nigeria Bank Consolidation Monitoring Team. His banking experience goes as far back as 1987 when he became the Deputy Manager, Credit & Marketing, Continental Merchant Bank Nigeria Plc. (CMBN), he went on to serve in various other capacities in the same bank such as Manager, Credit & Marketing, Head of Department, Domestic Money Market & Treasury Dept. and Assistant General Manager & Head of Domestic Money Market & Treasury Dept.
He served as Special Assistant to the Honourable Minister of Commerce in 1999; He is a recipient of the National Honour â€œOfficer of the Order of the Niger (OON)â€. He served as a Council Member, Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission; Member, Technical Committee on Privatisation (BPE); National Pensions Reforms Steering Committee. He has previously served on the Board of Directors of various corporations such as UAC Plc (2010-2013), Penman Pensions Ltd (2005-2014), Surburban Telecoms (2008-2010), to mention but a few. He was a Director, Economic Intelligence Office of the National Security Adviser (NSA) 2005-2011. He became the Chairman, Empire 2005-2011 Group Ltd, a Financial Services Group in 1996 having previously served as the Group Managing Director (GMD).
Ndanusa was the President/Chairman of Council of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN) 2013-2015. He is a Fellow of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN). An Honorary Senior Member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) and served as a co-opted member of Council of the institute, a fellow of chartered Institute of stockbroker, a fellow of Institute of chartered secretaries and administrators (UK and Nigeria), and a fellow of the Institute of Directors.
He is the currently the Co-Chair of the NESG Fiscal Policy Roundtable.
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