FG appoints Bintube as new non-executive to BOI board
The Bank of Industry (BoI) has announced the appointment of Mohammed Bintube as a new Non-Executive Director to its Board.Bintube, a former Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Jaiz bank Plc, has over 30 years of ethical and transparent corporate governance experience garnered at reputable Boards at both public and private institutions.
It is expected that his appointment to the Bank’s board will further aid the realisation of the Bank’s mandate as he brings his wealth of experience to fore.
Born on August 6, 1955, Bintube’s experience cuts across his service at Jaiz Bank Plc, where he set it up from scratch as pioneer MD/CEO, Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) – Apex Telecoms – Regulatory Agency in Nigeria, Nigeria Re-Insurance Corporation (Apex Insurance organization at that time), Two Wheels Industries, A Subsidiary of CFAO Nig. Plc., Nidogas Company (Leading Domestic Gas Supplier), Hogg Robinson Nigeria-Insurance Brokers (Subsidiary of Hogg Robinson U.K.), Nigeria Life & Pension Consultants and FSB International Bank Plc.
Bintube also chairs the Board Sub-committee: Licensing and Regulation, NCC; Committee on re-engineering training , Learning & Development , NCC; Board Finance/Gen Purpose Committee, Nigeria – Reinsurance; and Buraq Capital Limited , A Financial Advisory Firm.
A BSc graduate of Business Administration at the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Bintube also has a Post Graduate Diploma in Banking from Fin Africa, Milan, Italy, as well as certifications from several executive development programmes in Europe.
He is also a member, Board Finance/Gen Purpose Committee, NCC, member , Finance / Gen purpose committee Nidogas, member, Industry Opportunity Study, New Nig Development company Ltd, member, Board of Directors ,FSB International Bank PLC, sub-committee member, Technical committee on Privatization and Commercialization of the Federal Government of Nigeria and member of the business support group of vision 20-20 of the Fed Govt of Nigeria.