Emerging Africa

Mallam Mohammed Bintube

Chairman/Independent Non-Executive Director

Mallam Mohammed Mustapha Bintube began his career with New Nigerian Development Company (NNDC) in 1982 as an Investment Executive and rose to the position of Senior Investment Executive before he moved into core banking in 1989 with Commercial Bank (Credit Lyonnais) Nigeria Limited and served variously as Head of Corporate Finance and Medium Corporate and Private Banking Departments, and as a member of the Bank's Credit and Executive Committee. In 1995, he joined FSB International Bank Plc. At FSB, Mallam Bintube rose from the rank of Assistant General Manager to Executive Director and successfully oversaw the growth of various businesses within the bank including; Corporate Banking, Public Sector, Private Banking, Consumer Banking, Financial Institutions and the Energy Sector. He resigned from FSB in June 2004 to take up the new challenge of establishing and driving Nigeria's first non-interest based financial institution.

A career banker, Mallam Bintube brings in decades of expertise in banking and finance. He is an alumnus of Wharton Business School (USA), Columbia Business School (USA) and INSEAD (France). He holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Business Administration (1981) from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and an Advanced Diploma (1989) in Banking from Finafrica Institute, Milan (Italy). He has served as a Director on the Boards of many notable Nigerian companies including: Nigeria Re-insurance Corporation, Hogg Robinson Limited, Nigeria Life and Pension Consultants and Nidogas Company Limited.