Rogers A.I Nwoke is the founding Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of HASAL Microfinance Bank Limited. He brings along over 2 decades of experience of banking career, covering Investment banking, retail banking and Microfinance.
As a banker and entrepreneuer, Rogers understands the benefits of a thriving private sector to economic development. Little wonder he left a prominent position in commercial banking to establish HASAL Microfinance Bank in 2008.
Mr. Nwoke is an Alumnus of the Harvard Business School Accion Program in Strategic Leadership for Microfinance. He is also a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), a Honorary Senior Member (HCIB) of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria.
Mr. Nwoke is also an International Certified Expert (iCME) of microfinance and International Certified SME Finance Expert (iCSME) from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany.
He has an MBA from Warwick Business School England, where his research interest focused on Microfinance and Entrepreneurship Development.
Chinenye Alaribe is a Certified Microfinance Practitioner, Business Consultant and Chartered Accountant with over 18 years Financial Services experience covering Wholesale and Retail Banking, Pension Administration and Capital Markets Operations.
Before joining HASAL Microfinance Bank Ltd, he worked with Associated Discount House Limited (now Coronation Merchant Bank Ltd) where he gained experience in customer relations and operations, and Oak Pensions Limited where he was among those who pioneered the companyâ€™s start-up in 2006 as Assistant Regional Head for the North. He also had a stint at The Nigerian Stock Exchange, where he was involved in packaging Mega listings on the floor of the Exchange.
He is a Start-up Expert who has been involved directly in the start-up and nurturing of four thriving institutions including HASAL Microfinance Bank Limited.
He has attended both local and international courses at reputable training institutions such as Fitch Learning (USA), Philips Consulting (Lagos), FITC (Lagos), Lagos Business School (Lagos), to mention a few.
John has 10 years professional experience from both the commerical banking and microfinance sector.
He is a certified Microfinance Practitioner by the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN)and also a Certified Microfinance Trainer of the UNDP MFToT8.
John possess a Post-graduate Diploma in Planning & Administration.
Fidelis Okey Nnamani
Chief Security Officer/Office of the MD/CEO
Fidelis Nnamani is a member of the Chartered Institute of Global Communication and Diplomacy and also a product of the prestigious Police Staff College, Jos, and Spanish Institute of Police and Civil Guards among others.
He is a former Police Officer with over thirty years in the service. He held several strategic positions while in the force such as the Divisional Officer, Ishieke Police Station in Ebonyi State.
Until his retirement from the Nigeria Police Force, Mr. Nnamani was a staff officer and Head of Administration, &Monitoring Unit in the office of the Inspector General of Police, Force Headquarters, Abuja.
Adedapo A. Adebimpe, CMCA, MCIB
Adedapo Adebimpe has over 9 yearsâ€™ experience in the microfinance sub-sector.
He is a Certified Microfinance banker by the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN). He is also a Certified MicroCredit Administrator by International Institute of MicroCredit Administration (IIMCA).
He joined HASAL MFB in 2012 and has played significant roles in driving the banks IT infrastructure.
Mercy Okenwa, MCIB
Zonal Manager, Abuja East Zone
Mercy Okenwa is an alumnus of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka and has over 9 years work experience in the financial services industry. She is a Certified Microfinance Practitioner by the Chartered Institute of Bankers Nigeria (CIBN).
Mercy has functioned at various times as Relationship Manager, Regional Manager and Group Head Retail in microfinance banking.
She joined HASAL Microfinance bank in March 2016 and is currently the Zonal Manager, East Zone supervising SME and Micro-businesses in 6 branches.