Jaiz Bank Gets New Acting MD
Ahmed Alhaji Hassan, Acting MD

Jaiz Bank Gets New Acting MD

The Board of Jaiz Bank Plc, Nigeria’s pioneer non-interest bank, has approved the appointment of Ahmed Alhaji Hassan as the acting Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank.

According to a statement from the Bank, the fresh appointment followed the exit of the former MD/CEO, Dr. Salisu Sirajo, who resigned his appointment and proceeded on a terminal leave.

Until his appointment as the Ag. MD/CEO, Hassan was the Executive Director, Operation/CFO of the Bank, whose over 29 years of cognate Banking, Industrial and Academic experiences started as a Lecturer of Accounting and Finance at Bayero University, Kano (BUK) before joining the Banking/Finance Industry.

As a shrewd Banker, the new Jaiz Bank Ag. MD/CEO had worked in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), former New Africa Merchant Bank Ltd, NAL Merchant Bank (now Sterling Bank), NUB/FINBANK (now part of FCMB) and had a brief stint with Dangote Group as the Financial Controller of Kano Flour Mills.

“His banking experience covers Corporate Finance, Banking Operations, Risk Management, Financial Controls and Branch / Regional Banking. Ahmed is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria and an Associate of the Pension Institute of Nigeria.

“He was at various times a Branch Manager in Apapa, Victoria Island and Kaduna locations, and later became a Regional Manager in North Central and Kano II Regions of FINBank,” the statement said.

Hassan attended local and international courses and workshops; he is an alumnus of Bayero University, Kano and the University of Lagos. A fellow of the Compliance Institute of Nigeria (FCIN) and a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).

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