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Friday, July 28, 2017

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Appointed By Standard Chartered As Director

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former minister of finance, has been named an independent non-executive director at Standard Chartered PLC. 


Standard Chartered PLC is a British multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in London, England and with presence in 70 countries.

According to a statement released on Thursday, by Jon Tracey, the bank’s media specialist, at the London Stock Exchange, the company said her appointment is effective from November 1, 2017.

She will earn £130,000 per annum for her expertise in financial and development financing.

“The independent Non-Executive Directors do not participate in any of the Group’s incentive arrangements,” the statement read.

“Dr Okonjo-Iweala will receive a fee of GBP100,000 per annum for her services as an independent Non-Executive Director, with an additional fee of GBP30,000 per annum as a member of the Brand, Values and Conduct Committee. This is disclosed in accordance with the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited”.

JosΓ© ViΓ±als, group chairman said “Ngozi is a globally recognised African and international figure”.

“She has significant geopolitical, economic, risk and development experience and expertise at a national governmental level and in international organisations, which will provide significant insight and value to the Board.


Edited from The Cable

16 comments:

  1. This woman keep soaring high


    Love me my @Ngozi



    If she dey this present government, I know there will not be recession. .she is experience like that

    I don't know what @Kemi the finance minister is doing, other than to sit down and keel unkempt hair




    @Anonumous Orubebe

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    2. Lol the present finance minister should be an English lecturer in university of maidugiri

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  2. Congratulations Ma!...and Diezani was busy stealing her career awayπŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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  3. And again.....na only oyibo dey sabi d value of something...this woman is an asset but then again even if she is in power some wicked people won't allow her carry out her duty duly

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  4. Correct achiever! Correct woman!

    Congrats Ma'am.

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  5. They know her worth outside, congratulation ma

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  6. Congrats to you ma'am πŸ‘πŸ½ African woman doing great things. But, honestly I was about saying that the remuneration was too small for Madam Ngozi in that position, until I saw 'independent non-executive'.

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  7. They should make her our president come 2019.

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  8. “She has significant geopolitical, economic, risk and development experience and expertise at a national governmental level and in international organisations, which will provide significant insight and value to the Board.

    Na only this paragraph I see.

    Woman you are BLESSED.

    Fountain of expository!
    Women makings things happen!
    Agunwanyi!

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