Berger Paints appoints Alaba Fagun as Managing Director

Berger Paints Nigeria Plc has notified the Nigerian Exchange Limited and the investing public, that its Board has approved the appointment of Mrs. Alaba Fagun as the Company’s Managing Director. She replaces Mr. Adeyemi Adetomiwa who had served in an acting capacity since January 4, 2022.

Mrs. Fagun brings on board, over 23 years of experience in the real estate sector having been involved in commercial, residential, institutional, and financial-based projects.

Her most recent employment was at UPDC Facility Management Limited (UPDCFM). She initially joined as the Head of Facilities Management for UPDC Plc., then, following the creation of UPDCFM, was appointed as its founding Managing Director.

Mrs. Fagun started her career as an architect at Siji Dosekun Partnership, thereafter working at the Architects Co-Partnership Hertfordshire, United Kingdom where she gathered field experience. She then worked in other architectural and real estate companies in the UK before joining Broll Property Services Ltd. Lagos, Nigeria, where she served as the Senior Manager, Properties.

Following on from Broll, Mrs. Fagun served first as the Head, Major Projects at Union Bank PLC, Lagos Nigeria, and later as the Head of Facilities Management.

She holds Bachelor of Environmental Science and Bachelor of Architecture (Distinction) degrees from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She is a Member of the British Institute of Facility Management and has undertaken several executive training courses in facilities and financial management.

Source: Berger Paints appoints Alaba Fagun as Managing Director – StocksWatch (stocksng.com)

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