Musa, Former GTB Executive Director Replaces Retiring Hassan As Jaiz Bank CEO

As Kwairanga, Dantata Completes Maximum 12-Year Tenure

The board of Jaiz Bank Plc, on Wednesday announced the retirement of Ahmed Hassan, its founding Managing Director from this year-end.
Hassan, according to a notice on the Nigerian Exchange Limited portal, has proceeded on his pre-retirement leave.
The bank also announced the appointment of Haruna Musa, who until October was Executive Director of Guaranty Trust Bank, where he held various positions over the past 22 years, including two-terms of eight years as Executive Director.
Over the 28 years of banking experience, according to the notice by Mohammed Shehu, company secretary and legal adviser, Musa, currently undergoing his PhD in Islamic Banking & Finance at the Universiti Utara, Malaysia, garnered experience across Retail, corporate, commercial, business banking and public sector.
Holder of an MBA, MSC in Finance and Management from the Cranford University in the UK, Musa had earlier commenced his banking career at the United Bank for Africa in June 1997 as banking officer, from where he joined FSB International Bank from 1998 until March 2001.
The Bank also announced the retirement of Alhaji Umaru Kwairanga and Alhaji Aminu Dantata from the board, after serving the maximum 12-year, three terms of four years each in compliance with a circular of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) reference: FPR/DIR/PUB/CIR/001/070, dated February 24, 2023.