Muhammad Babangida

 
Muhammad B. Babangida - Resume
Career Summary I have over fourteen (16) years business Experience, with particular attention in banking oil & gas, trading, real estate development and security services.

 

Experience

Jan 2010 to date El-Amin International School
Excutive Directors Schools

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the overall operations of the schools while respecting certain areas of autonomy reserved for the school Principals.

Leadership and Management: The Executive Director is the chief executive of the school. The Executive Director holds responsibility, accountability, and authority for the school's overall performance and success in fulfilling the mission. The ED is also responsible for ensuring the school's long-term sustainability.

Specific responsibility include, but are not limited to the following:
• Facilitate strategic planning with the Board of Directors.
• Respect the autonomy of each principal in fulfilling the educational mission of the schools.
• Honor the legacies of the founding vision while articulating a strategic vision that brings the school to the next level of success.
• Diagnose the gaps between where the school is versus where it aspires to be, and ensure that strategies and practices are implemented to close these gaps.
• Attract diverse staff who are passionate about the school and its mission.
• Develop and retain high-performing individuals to ensure long-term staffing and sustainability
• Ensure that an effective performance management system is in place for all staff under my direct supervision.
• Ensure that an effective performance management system is in place for all staff under his/her direct supervision.
• Oversee school compliance with all applicable laws, regulatory reporting, contractual obligations, and donor restrictions.

August 2009 to date Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM)
Board Director.
Board committee membership:

• Risk management committee
• Credit committee
• Chairman finance and General purpose committee
The Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) was established by Act 38 of 1991 as an Export Credit Agency (ECA) with a share capital of N50, 000,000,000 (Fifty Billion Naira) held equally by the Federal Government of Nigeria and the Central Bank of Nigeria. The Bank which replaced the Nigerian Export Credit Guarantee & Insurance Corporation earlier set up under Act 15 of 1988, has the following main statutory functions: -

- Provision of export credit guarantee and export credit insurance facilities to its clients.

-Provision of credit in local currency to its clients in support of exports.

The Bank presently provides short and medium term loans to Nigerian exporters. It also provides short term guarantees for loans granted by Nigerian Banks to exporters as well as credit insurance against political and commercial risks in the event of non-payment by foreign buyers.
The Bank's authorized capital as at December 31st 2008 was N50.0 billion with a fully paid-up portion amounting to N13.59 billion with an outstanding blance of N36.41 billion

August 2009 to Date Niger State Development Company
BOARD DIRECTOR

Niger State Development Company (NSDC) is an Investment Development Company in the business of molding the economic future of Niger State by promoting economic development through industrial development in the state, within Nigeria and Africa. State.

August 2008 to Dec 2010. Santa Isabel Petroleum Company
SPECIAL ADVISOR:

• Appointed special advisor to the joint operation committee (JOC). Santa Isabel Petroleum Company, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Company (CNPCI).
• My role is to coordinate the activities of the partners to the (JOC) and to relate with the relevant government agencies for approvals and negotiations, in line with the production sharing contact of (Block M) acerage in Malabo, Equational guinea – to which Santa Isabel is the operator.

March 2006 to date Unity Bank Plc
BOARD DIRECTOR:

One of Nigeria's leading retail bank after emerging from the largest merger and consolidation in Nigeria's banking industry. Following the landmark banking consolidation spear-headed by the Central Bank of Nigeria, (CBN), nine financial institutions with competences in investment banking, corporate and retail banking came together in January 2006 to form Unity Bank Plc

• Member Board Credit committee
• Member Board IT committee
• Member compensation committee

In 2004, I was appointed on the "committee of directors" of the six merging Banks. We were charged with the responsibilities of directing the affairs of the merger. Consultants were appointed by us to conduct legal, financial, and Human Capital due diligence on each of the member bank. By Mid 2005, we inherited three other banks and each were subjected to the same conditions as the first six. It is on record that we are the largest group to have successfully merged nine (9) banks. With share holders funds of N33billion.

1998 to 2006 Intercity Bank, Plc
BOARD DIRECTOR

• Chairman, board credit committee
• Member, board establishment committee
• Member, board IT committee
• Member, committee of directors for "UNITY BANK" information
In 1998, INERCITY BANK PLC was restructured from being a semi-state owned Bank to a publicly quoted organization in order to face the challenges of modem day banking. And we were able to grow the bank from a profit after tax of N33 million in 1998 to N500 million in 2003. A solid IT platform was also established thus creating excellent delivery channels to meet the ever growing demands of the market.

1996 to Date Profile group of companies
EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN:

• Profile International ltd, primarily a trading company with emphasis in the oil & gas sector.
• Profile Technologies ltd, provider of IT solutions and infrastructure
• Profile Security Services ltd, provider of quality security services
• Profile Properties ltd, estate development and management.
• Profile Energy ltd, a Leader in oil and gas exploration. With a combined work force of over 1500 and a turnover of over N 20 billion.

2002 to date Fruitex International London Ltd
EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN:

• Incorporated in 2002 by laws of England and Wales
• Created for the purposes of oil and gas exploration in the gulf of Guinea and currently holds a license to acreage in Equatorial Guinea.

1998 to Date El-Amin Ltd
DIRECTOR:

• Privately owned company with emphasis in education and Agriculture
• Developed Excellence in Sales training course.

1994 to 1995 El-Amin Ltd
Served the mandatory N.Y.S.C service as the project coordinator


Education 2011 Robert Gordon University
• Post graduate certificate in Oil and Gas
• MSC Oil and Gas Management (on-going)

2002 Harvard Business School. Boston, USA
• Executive Program

1994 European University Montreux, Switzerland
MA., Public Relations and Business communication

1993 European University Montreux, Switzerland
BA, Business Administration

1990 Aiglon College, Switzerland
High School Diploma

 

Courses/Seminars/Training

2008 March
• Attended Corporate Governance training and Anti-money laundering training, organized by KPME.

2007 November
• Attended training on Strategy by Lagos Business School

2007 October

• Attended conference on Renewable Energy

2005 June
• Attended oil and gas seminar conducted by CWC associated limited. Topic: GULF OF GUINEA AND BEYOND. UK

2005 March
• Attended a seminar by Financial training institute center. Topic: COMPENSATION OF NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS. Lagos

2004 March
• Attend a training seminar on electronic delivery channels and strategic challenges for banks. Conducted by M.I.T.I consultancy UK Committees
• Member committee on “Former President’s Resource center”. Appointed by the Niger State Government. (October 2007)
• Member committee on, Renewal of sports, games, and construction of stadium. (September 2008)

 

Languages

Fluent in French, English and Hausa

 

Hobbies

Polo and Reading

 

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