Notore Chemical Industries appoints Jonathan Yusuf Pam as Non-Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Notore Chemical Industries Plc has notified the Shareholders, Nigerian Exchange and the investing public of the appointment of Mr. Jonathan Yusuf Pam as a Non-Executive Director to with effect from 29th April 2022.

Mr. Jonathan Yusufu Pam is a legal practitioner and the Managing Partner in the law firm of J.Y. Pam & Co. He is a corporate lawyer with extensive experience in commercial law and practice. He acts as Legal Adviser/External Solicitor to numerous Corporations, Financial Institutions and Governments on matters regarding Corporate Law, Company Incorporation, Tax Matters, Contracts, Criminal and Civil Litigation. From 2002 – 2004, he was Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Plateau State as well as Special Adviser on Youth and Sports to the Government of Plateau State. As Attorney General, he acquired considerable expertise in criminal law practice and also engaged in extensive work in Asset Recovery and Anti-Corruption/Money Laundering Matters. Mr. Pam also served as a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Directors of Keystone Bank Limited between 2011-2015.

Mr. Pam studied Law (LLB) at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and has been a member of the Nigerian Bar Association since 1986. He also obtained an LLM from the University of London in 1995 as a Chevening Scholar of the British Council. Mr. Pam has attended several courses at the Harvard Business School in Boston, USA (including “Risk Management for Corporate Leaders” and “Leading Change for Organisational Renewal”) and the Columbia Business School, New York (“High Impact Leadership”).

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