Firm Appoints Aliyu Board Chairman

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Raheem Akingbolu

The Norrenberger Financial Group, an integrated financial services company in Abuja, has announced the appointment of Ibrahim Aliyu Bala as the chairman of its board of directors. 

According to a statement issued recently by the company, the group also constituted its six-man board of directors.

The statement described Ibrahim as a distinguished titan of industry with decades of experience in management and engineering to his credit.

He is the Group Executive Director in charge of Business Development of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL).

Ibrahim, also served as Director and Managing Director of multiple organisations such as Niya Engineering Limited, IBK Services Limited, NIya Consultancy, Mega Co & Integration and SHI_MCI FZE.

“I am honoured to have been chosen to lead the board of this remarkable organization. Norrenberger is a one-of-a-kind organisation that is set to revolutionise the way we do business in the finance industry. 

“It has a radically innovative culture and governance that are essential parts of its DNA, and it is a tremendous pleasure and privilege to be part of this journey,” Ibrahim said.

The Group’s six-person Board of Directors also consists of Tony Edeh, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Norrenberger Financial Group; Andrew Nweke,  Managing Director of Amborg Global Services Limited;  Eniola Adedayo, CEO Goomek Integrated Services; Nduka Ikeyi, Founding partner of Ikeyi Shittu and co and Ifeoma Malo, Country Campaign Director, Power-For-All.

The company’s Board boasts a combined eighty years’ experience in building and leading world class organisations and is charged with ensuring that the Group fulfils its objectives of creating value for stakeholders and Nigerians.

 “Aliyu is a seasoned management maven with solid business acumen and we are excited to welcome him to the board,” Edeh said.

“We believe his strong experience in building and leading world class businesses will be valuable as we grow as an organisation,” he added.