Al Amin Ibrahim Al Amin(MD/CÈO) Green Allied Trust limited.
Al Amin Ibrahim, CÈO, Green Allied Trust Limited

Al Amin Ibrahim, CÈO, Green Allied Trust Limited and Vice President (Business Development) of Ecologistics Integrated Services Limited, which is a Global climate change investment and sustainable development firm that is registered in Nigeria. He holds an MSc in finance and investment. Investment Management from the University of Salford UK, and an MBA in Finance from Nasarawa State University Nigeria. Prior to that, he holds a PGD in Business Administration from the same University Nasarawa State University Nigeria. He started with High National Diploma (HND) in Production and Operations Management from Kaduna State polytechnics. Mr. Al Amin’s background in production, operations and finance and Investment Management is the strongest asset in the running the appears of the two companies. His managerial skills are reflected in his excellent performance as the project manager at Ritaj Builders and Supplier Limited as the manager in charge of the supply chain system in the company.

Al Amin’s passion for the environment and climate change led him to join Ecologistics Integrated Services, the foremost climate change investment and sustainable development firm in Nigeria. As the Vice President, of Business Development, he crystallized his vast experiences in logistics, marketing and marketing promotions, as well as product development, finance and investment to efficiently drive the business of climate change and sustainable development at Ecologistics. He led the climate change business development team of the organization to the United Nations Conference of Parties 25 (COP25) in Madrid, Spain in December 2019. Consolidating his huge success in climate action, Al Amin’s portfolio was expanded to include the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Green Allied Trust Nigeria Limited (GATNL), a global agricultural and finance consulting firm. At GATNL, Al Amin’s main thrust is to creatively link agricultural projects with requisite financing, thereby creating a sustainable agribusiness platform for individuals, organizations, and state and national governments.