Wole Oshin Appointed Chairman of UACN Property Development Company Plc
UACN Property Development Chairman Plc announced yesterday that Wole Oshin has been appointed as its new Chairman of the Board of Directors. His appointment follows the resignation of the former Board Chairman, Babatunde Kasali.
According to a corporate action that was sent to the Nigerian Stock Exchange, as seen by Business Elites Africa, Mr Oshin thanked the Board for appointing him and solicited their support towards actualising the company’s goals and objectives.
“UACN Property Development Company Plc (“UPDC” or “the Company”) wishes to announce the appointment of Mr. Wole Oshin as the new Chairman of the Board of the Company, following the resignation of the former Chairman, Mr. Babatunde Kasali from the Board.
“In accepting the appointment, Mr Oshin thanked the Board members for the confidence reposed in him and solicited their cooperation to achieve the objectives of the Board to lead the Company to greater heights,” part of the announcement by the company said.
About Wole Oshin
Mr Oshin’s professional experience spans three decades and cuts across various fields such as insurance, investment, and real estate. He is a graduate of Actuarial Science from the University of Lagos, a Chartered Insurer by profession, and an alumnus of the Harvard Business School.
Wole Oshin is a Fellow of the Risk Managers Society of Nigeria, a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria, and a Fellow of the Association of Investment Advisers and Portfolio Managers. He had also served as the President of the Lagos Business School Alumni Association (LBSAA).
He currently serves as the Managing Director of Custodian Investment Plc. He also sits on the Boards of International Insurance Society, New York and Nigerian Insurers Association, and Common Wealth Enterprise and Investment Council. Prior to this time, he had served as a member of the Presidential Committee on
Pension Reforms, served as Chairman of the Nigerian Insurers Association, as Council Member of the African
Insurance Organization [Cameroun], and was an External Lecturer at the West
African Insurance Institute, Banjul in The Gambia.
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