Bristow Helicopters Nigeria Ltd has announced the appointment of Lawrence Fubara-Anga and Andrew Magowan into its Board of Directors.
A graduate of Yale University, Fubara-Anga is one of the founding partners at LEX, a full service law firm and one of the largest law firms in West Africa.
Fubara-Anga heads the firmâ€™s Transportation, Banking and Financial Services Practices. He attended Kings College, Lagos; Yale University; London School of Economics and Cambridge University. He is admitted to practice law in Nigeria, England and Wales and Ghana, Fubara-Anga is the Country Chair for Nigeria of the International Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Nigerian Institute of Aviation Management and was the pioneer Chairman, Committee on Aviation of the Section of Business Law, Nigerian Bar Association.
With a similar legal background, Magowan is the Legal Director & Company Secretary of the Global Operations division of Bristow Group. Before joining Bristow in October 2008, Magowan had gained extensive commercial legal experience as General Counsel for FTSE-listed Alpha Airports Group Plc, an international flight caterer and airport retailer. Also a member of the Bristowâ€™s Global Operations Executive Team, Magowan is based in Also as part of itâ€™s Corporate Social Responsibility, the Chairman, Board of Directors, Bristow Helicopters Nigeria, Chief Ademola Edu, in line with Bristowâ€™s tradition of training Nigerian pilots and engineers has announced the award of bursary for Nigerian student going for a graduate or post graduate engineering course at either the Oxford or Cambridge University.
Making the announcement at the Oxford-Cambridge annual ball, Chief Edu stated that the award is part of the Bristow Nigeria Corporate initiative of sponsoring Nigerians on educational development programs. â€œBristow Helicopters Nigeria will continue its longstanding support of training Nigerians as aircraft pilots and engineers; this award is a further testimony of Bristowâ€™s commitment to developing Nigeriansâ€, he stated.
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