FIDELITYBK Appoints Alhaji Isa Mohammed Inuwa As An Independent Non-Executive Director


Thursday, February 5, 2020 / 5:26 PM / NSE / Header Image Credit: Fidelity Bank

This is to notify The Nigerian Stock Exchange, our shareholders and the investing public that the Board of Directors of Fidelity Bank Plc (Fidelity or the Bank) has approved the appointment of Alhaji Isa Mohammed Inuwa as an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Bank. The Central Bank of Nigeria has approved the appointment, which takes effect from January 22, 2020.

Please find below a brief profile of the newly appointed Director.

Alhaji Isa Mohammed Inuwa

Alhaji Isa Mohammed Inuwa has multi-industry work experience spanning over 35 years in the banking and oil and gas industries, with a significant portion of time spent in executive and strategic roles covering management, finance, strategy, corporate services, compliance, audit and Information Technology.

He statutorily retired in June 2019 as Chief Operating Officer/Group Executive Director, Corporate Services at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) where he worked for over a decade. He was recruited under a Business Transformation Programme at NNPC in 2005 and served in various roles as General Manager, Budget and Projects, General Manager, Finance, NAPIMS and Group General Manager, Corporate Audit.

While at NNPC he was seconded to Nigerian Liquefied and Natural Gas Limited (NLNG) in 2016 as Deputy Managing Director. As the DMD of NLNG, he served on the board of NLNG and NLNG subsidiaries including Bonny Gas Transport Limited (BGTL) and NLNG Ship Management Limited (NSML). He was at various times a Member of the Governing Council of the Nigerian Content Development and Management Board (NCDMB), the Petroleum Training Institute, Chairman of Nigerian Pipelines and Products Storage Company Limited (NPSC) and Alternate Chairman of NNPC LNG Limited, amongst others.

In the financial services industry, his experience spans Commercial Banking, Merchant Banking and Development Finance, with requisite knowledge and experience in retail and commercial banking, operations, international trade finance, agricultural finance, treasury and corporate banking.

He started out as a banker with Union Bank of Nigeria Plc where he did his mandatory youth service programme and worked at the defunct Bank for Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) and International Merchant Bank (IMB).

Inuwa rose to the pinnacle of the banking profession with his appointment as Managing Director, lntercity Bank Plc, in 1991.

Upon leaving Intercity Bank, he worked briefly as a self-employed financial consultant, providing research and advisory services in project finance, process re-engineering, strategy development and public policy impact analysis, before being appointed through a formal selection process, as Executive Director, Operations, Bank of Agriculture (BoA) in 2005.

Alhaji Isa Inuwa has an active community and public service life. He was a member of the Presidential Committee on the management of the Excess Crude Account and a Member of the Bureau of Public Enterprises Committee on Reconciliation of Public Sector Debt.

He is an active fund raiser for several orphanages and Trustee of two Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs); 'Children with Special Needs', an NGO on Autism and 'Asma'u Usman Memorial Foundation', an NGO that is involved in economic empowerment, education and poverty alleviation.

Born in Kano, Inuwa was educated at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and Stirling University, Scotland where he obtained BSc Accounting and MSc Accounting & Finance degrees respectively. Married with children and a grandchild, he has attended several courses and executive management programmes at Wharton, Oxford University, Euromoney, INSEAD, IMD and other high profile global institutions.

His interests include teaching, current affairs and listening to jazz music.


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