Senate confirms AMCON, NDIC nominees


By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Submit) – Senate on Wednesday confirmed the nominations of Mr. Ahmed Lawan Kuru; and Bello Hassan as Managing Directors of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigerian; and Nigeria Deposit Insurance coverage Corporation, respectively. 

The confirmation of both nominees followed consideration of two separate experiences of the Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance coverage and Heaps of Monetary Establishments. 

Also confirmed are Ebelechukwu F. Uneze and Aminu Ismail as Executive Directors of AMCON; and Muhammad Ibrahim as Executive Director of the Nigeria Deposit Insurance coverage Corporation. 

Chairman of the Committee on Banking, Insurance coverage and Heaps of Monetary Establishments, Senator Uba Sani (APC – Kaduna Central), in his presentation, acknowledged Mr. Kuru became confirmed because the Managing Director of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria in 2015, at the side of that, “the Corporation saw spruce and tangible transformation and efficiency in effectively discharging its mandate throughout his first tenure by the introduction of unique insurance policies and frameworks.”

“Strategically below his leadership, AMCON partnered with investors and operators for price-enhanced exit of its portfolio firms as correctly because the introduction and implementation of the Asset Management Partners (AMP) plot to support with the resolution of minute loans which in flip created over 3000 jobs both true now and in a roundabout way. 

“He additionally championed the creation of the Asset Tracing Unit which has led to more extensive discovery of resources and subsequent restoration of indebtedness while simultaneously having proactive negotiations with debt holders to retain out instructed and optimum settlements,” the lawmaker acknowledged. 

Sani celebrated that the re-appointments of the AMCON nominees are based totally on the provisions of Allotment 10(3)(a)and(b) of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria; and their nomination for a 2nd and final tenure of 5 (5) as enshrined in the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) Act, 2010 (as amended).

The lawmaker, in a one other presentation, acknowledged earlier than the appointment of Bello Hassan as Managing Director of the NDIC, the nominee represented the Central Monetary institution of Nigeria (CBN) on the Governing Board of the Nigeria Deposit Insurance coverage Corporation (NDIC), and had participated in diversified committees that produced key supervisory pointers and templates for the Nigerian Monetary Procedure

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