Sir Onuora NwannaChairman GMB Microfinance Bank Ltd
Areas of Expertise
- Restructuring and turnaround
- Growth strategy
The Board is directed by Sir O.O. Nwanna who is a distinguished fellow of the Chartered Association of Nigeria. He has over 35 years of business and professional exposures in financial, commercial and the manufacturing sectorof economy. His career spans through Akintola Williams & Co to 7Up Bottling Co Plc, Diamond Breweries Ltd and Nigeria Breweries Plc.
To Remain A Trustworthy Financial Institution With An Edge In The Delivery Of Microfinance Services.
He has attended many training in management courses both locally and internationally. He has undergo a certification program for non-executive directors of microfinance Banks as well as Equipment Leasing in Nigeria, workshops in Venture Capital, Corporate Finance,Computer Audits adn Grains Sufficiency in Nigeria.
He is a knowledge based professional in Financial Repoting Standard-IFRS and currently the Managing Partner of Onyekwelu Nwanna & Co a firm of Chartered Accountant. He is the Financial Secretary of CAFAN Enugu State and Past Vice President Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines & Agriculture. He is a Knight of the Diocese of as well as a Jerusalem Pilgrim.
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