Institute of Mortgage Brokers Governing Council Elects President, Vice President

By Oyewale Oyelola

The Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders in Nigeria (IMBLN) Governing Council has elected Q.S. Hayatuddeen A. Awwal and ESV Thomas Ayodele as President and Vice President respectively.

The Institute Governing Council elected the duo on Friday November 25, 2023 at meeting held in Abuja.

Quantity Surveyor Hayatudeen Awwal, a fellow of Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyor has over three decades of service in Public and Private sectors.

He is the Managing Director, Federal Housing Authority Mortgage Bank. Hayatuddeen has a proven track record of successful leadership and is highly respected within mortgage and real estate industry sphere.

The President Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders in Nigeria, QS Hayatudeen Awwal and Vice President, ESV Thomas Ayodele

The new IMBLN Vice President, Mr Thomas Ayodele is a trained Estate Surveyor with years of professional practice in Nigeria and United Kingdom.

Ayodele, has vast experience in Real Estate Consulting and will his wealth of knowledge to support the President and Governing Council in executing their vision for the institute with mandate to regulate Mortgage Brokers and Lenders in Nigeria. He is the CEO Ayodele Thomas Consulting.

The Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders in Nigeria President, QS Hayatudeen Awwal with Vice President, ESV Thomas Ayodele and Registrar Jasper Adeleye

The Registrar, Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders in Nigeria, Jasper Adeleye while addressing newsmen in Abuja on Wednesday described the election of QS Hayatudeen and ESV Ayodele as turning point in the Institute operation.

According to Adeleye, this marked a moment of transformation and anticipation for the entirety of the Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders of Nigeria.

Meanwhile, the Governing Council led by President has outlined several key priorities. They aim to implement widespread structural reforms, promote growth, staff training, and address concerns related to infrastructure in the country. They are also planning to foster an inclusive and progressively sustainable mortgage and real estate industry in Nigeria.

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