Alpha Mead Group, a leading provider of total real estate and healthcare solutions in Nigeria, has announced the appointment to strengthen its corporate governance for improved shareholder value.
The group recently appointed Oluwande Muoyo and Chinwe Ajene-Sagna as its new Independent Non-Executive Directors.
According to a statement made available to this reporter by the Group, Muoyo and Ajene-Sagna will be bringing years of experience in the corporate world to complement the Board of Directors’ efforts at strengthening the Group’s corporate governance
“Muoyo is a Chartered Accountant and professional banker with over 40 years experience. She has helped build global institutions and observed the impact of financial products and innovations on the transformation and growth of the Nigerian economy,” the statement revealed.
“She has also served as Commissioner for Budget and Planning in Ogun State,” it added, pointing out that Ajene-Sagna, on her part, is a trusted advisor and board executive with over 20 years of experience in the real assets/property management industry
Ajene-Sagna operates at C-suite level across the public and private sectors within the US, France and in both Francophone and Anglophone Africa.
“The board is optimistic that the leadership of the group and its various subsidiaries will be strengthened by the wealth of experience that the new directors will bring on board,” Femi Akintunde, the Group Managing Director, noted.
Alpha Mead Group (AMG) is the parent company of Alpha Mead Facilities & Management Services (AMF), Alpha Mead Development Company (AMDC), Alpha Mead Real Estate Partners (AMREP) and Alpha Mead Healthcare & Management Services (AMHS).