Nigeria News –
Lafarge Africa Plc has actually revealed the retired life of 2 of its Non-Executive Directors, in addition to the consultation of 3 new Directors. This was divulged by the firm in a notice authorized by the Company Secretary, Adewunmi Alode as well as sent out to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
The retired lives of Non-Executive Directors – Mr. Christof Hassig as well as Mr Rossen Papazov, was claimed to have actually worked from April 7, 2020.
Lafarge Africa additionally revealed the consultation of Mr. Gbenga Oyebode as a new Independent Non-Executive Director, Mr. Olivier Guitton as a Non-Executive Director, as well as Mr. Lolu Alade-Akinyemi as the new Finance Director. All 3 visits worked today, April 8, 2020.
Speaking on the consultation, Chairman of Lafarge Africa Plc, Bolaji Balogun claimed:
“I desire to give thanks to Christof Hassig as well as Rossen Papazov for their solution as well as payments to the Board over the last 2 years as well as desire them well in the future.
“I am pleased to invite Gbenga Oyebode, MFR, Olivier Guitton as well as Lolu Alade-Akinyemi to the Board of Lafarge Africa. I consider them solid enhancements with abundant as well as varied experience as well as we eagerly anticipate collaborating with them on the Board as well as desire them an effective period.”
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Oyebode’s account: Oyebode is a legal representative with over 35 years of experience in business as well as industrial technique. He has actually offered in different capabilities as well as firms considering that he started his occupation, several of that include being the Chairman of Access Bank. He has actually additionally functioned as a Director at MTN Nigeria Plc, in addition to the Chairman of Okomu Oil Palm Company.
Oyebode presently offers on the Boards of Nestle Nigeria Plc, as well as Socfinaf S.A. He is the Chairman of CFAO Nigeria Plc. Other placements consist of Member of the Global Advisory Council of the Africa Leadership Academy Johannesburg, Director Jazz at the Lincoln Centre New York as well as Director African Philanthropy Forum, Member Board of Trustees Carnegie Hall New York, Member Board of Trustees Ford Foundation New York as well as Director International Lawyers for Africa (ILFA), London.
He holds an LL.M from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia as well as an LL.B from the University of Ife. Oyebode is additionally an other of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) (FCIArb) as well as the Nigerian Leadership Initiative, in addition to a participant of the Nigeria Bar Association, the American Bar Association, as well as the International Bar Association (IBA), among others.
He is the owner as well as Chairman of the monitoring board of Aluko & Oyebode (among the biggest incorporated regulation companies in Nigeria).
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Guitton’s account: Guitton has more than 22 years function experience in the transport sector as well as presently holds the setting of Head of Finance, Middle East & Africa at Lafargeholcim.
Prior to this, he held different placements within the Bombardier Group as Vice President, Finance, Asia, Bombardier Transportation, Singapore, Vice President, Finance Shared Service, Bombardier Transportation, France, Head of Finance, South Europe, Director, Cash Management, Bombardier Capital, France, General Manager as well as Division Controller, Europe. He was additionally the Group Deputy CFO & Group Controller Louis Dreyfus Company, France.
Guitton holds a Bachelors level in Business Administration at the EDHEC Business School, French Instit des methods de Marches (ITM).
Alade-Akinyemi’s account: Alade-Akinyemi is a qualified accounting professional with 20 years of experience leading as well as changing Finance & Supply Chain groups in facility, international firms in the United Kingdom, Ghana as well as Nigeria.
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He holds a Master’s level in Business Administration from the Edinburgh Business School, Scotland, UK, as well as is presently the Chief Financial Officer as well as Supply Chain Director of Lafarge Africa Plc.
Prior to signing up with Lafarge in 2014, he was Finance Director, PZ Cussons Nigeria Plc, Head of Business Operations & Development Strategy, New Business as well as Head of Supply Chain & Operations, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Accra-Ghana, Finance Manager (Group Office), Coca-Cola Europe, Eurasia & Middle East Group, London, Finance Manager (Africa Group), Coca-Cola Africa, Windsor, UK as well as Assistant Budget & Planning Manager at Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited.