Klaus Mueller is the MD/CEO of AB Microfinance Bank Nigeria, responsible for the strategic direction and the day-to-day operations of the bank. He has extensive experience in the management of financial institutions in German and Eastern Europe, where he has served in senior roles in risk management and general management of commercial banks. Klaus has played leading roles in the start-up of microfinance banks and in the restructuring of commercial banks. He holds an MBA degree and is a certified financial analyst (CFA) and speaks German, English, Russian and Serbian.
Pawel joined the Management Board of ABN in 2014 bringing a lot of knowledge and experience in Credit, Finance and Treasury Management. Since joining LFS in 2009, he has served in various consulting capacities on the AccessHolding network of banks including Credit Manager / Deputy General Manager in AccessBank Liberia, Credit Advisor and Senior Expert for Finance and Treasury as well as Credit Manager and Deputy CEO in AccessBank Tanzania. Prior to joining LFS, he worked as a Business Analyst with international strategic consultancies in Warsaw. Pawel speaks Polish, German, English and is currently learning Yoruba.
Oladapo Ikupolati is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of AB Microfinance Bank Nigeria. He joined ABN in 2010 as a Financial Control Officer and also worked as the Head of the Internal Audit Function before moving to the Banking Services department as a Deputy Banking Services Manager. He also served as the Chief Banking Services Officer (CBSO) prior to his appointment as the CFO. Dapo is an active member of various professional institutes and association with 14 years cumulative experience in the field of Banking, Accounting, Financial Control & Planning, Internal Audit and Information Systems Audit.
Leo Armel Tchoudjang Nzoutchoum
Leo-Armel is the Chief Information Officer of AB Microfinance Bank Nigeria responsible for the digital transformation and innovation, strategic alignment between IT and business of the bank and driving the day-to-day operational excellence in an efficient manner. He joined ABN as the program manager for the E-Banking program in Nigeria and supporting other Branchless Banking projects in the Holding network. His professional background led him to work in Consulting, Banking and Telecom industries mainly in Europe and Africa where he managed various internal and cross-border strategic projects. Leo-Armel is a business-oriented digital professional and speaks English and French.