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FBN Holdings Announces New Board Appointments

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FBN Holdings Plc, the leading and most diversified financial services group in Nigeria, has announced new Board appointments in the FBN Holdings Group, effective July 19 2016.

The appointments have been approved by the Board of Directors, but remain subject to all necessary regulatory approvals. Ms. Cecilia Akintomide and Mrs. Oluwande Muoyo are joining the Board of FBN Holdings Plc, while Mrs. Titi Adebiyi and Alhaji Yusufu Modibbo join the Board of FBN General Insurance Limited, all as Independent Non-Executive Directors.
Other appointments in the group have Mr. Akin Osinbajo and Mr. Babatunde Odunayo join the Board of FBN Merchant Bank Limited while Mr. Folarin Alayande joins the Board of FBN Insurance Brokers Limited respectively, all as Non-Executive Directors
These developments are consistent with the FBN Holdings Group corporate governance, risk management, efficiency, diversity and sustainability outlook, enabling the Group to take advantage of the synergies from its globally experienced Board members for the benefit of its wide array of customers and other stakeholders.

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