CILG BoT MEMBER NIGERIA CHAPTER

BELLO IBN AMINU FCILG (USA). FICPM. FCILRM. IPMA. FIHSSD.

Bello Ibn Aminu is an independent professional and team player with years’ experience in Operations.  Member of the Nigeria Institute of Management (NIM Chartered), holds a Masters in Business Administration Technology Management from Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi. Mr. Bello is also an alumnus of Lagos Business School, Senior Management Programme (SMP).

A pioneer staff of Premium Pension Limited, he has worked in various capacity at different times which include Coordinator – Outstation procession and Centers, Head Client-Intake, Head Contribution and Reconciliation, Head IT System. Until his appointment as Head; Human Resource & Administration he was the Head of Contribution Processing.

Prior to his employment by Premium Pension Limited, he worked with Electricity Meter Company, Norwest Consultant Limited (PTF Zone 6), International Trust Bank (now ECO Bank), and Intercellular Nigeria Plc as Head Billing and Customer Account Kaduna.

Bello Ibn Aminu has attended several courses, seminars both local and foreign, these includes Senior Managers Programme (SMP59)- Lagos Business School, Developing Leadership Competencies-Phillip Consulting, Lagos, Advance Skills for Senior Managers U.K., Powerful Communication Strategies Crown Agent, U.K.,  Canadian Pension Administration Software (CPAS) Training Canada, CIO 360 Degree course – IT Management Boot Camp- onsite, Effective Team Building, Human Manager Boot Camp – SystemSpecs, Remita e-Payment Optimization Workshop, Administering and Monitoring Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Customer Relationship Management, Customer Care and Retention Strategies, Introduction to Banking, AS-400 for 500/600 series – DPMS.

Bello Ibn Aminu is a Fellow Institute of Chartered Portfolio Management of Nigeria (FICPM), Fellow Chartered Institute of Public Management, Fellow Institute of Loan and Risk Management of Nigeria (FCILRM), Member institute of Professional Managers and Administrators (IPMA) as well as Fellow Institute of Humanitarian Studies & Social Development (FIHSSD).