Faculty and Staff


PSCFM lecturers are drawn from among the best in Nigeria, UK and USA. They hold Masters and Ph.D’s; experienced in various courses offered. In addition to their vast knowledge in their areas of specialization, they also attend “Lecturers seminar” on credit management to help them have good knowledge of core credit management courses offered at PSCFM.


Members of PSCFM non-academic staff are highly experienced and professionals.
They number up to 10 occupying offices listed below:
a) PSCFM President/CEO
b) PSCFM Registrar
c) The Secretary/Personal Assistant to President /CEO
d) Student Affairs Officer
e) Administrative Officers.


For high quality academic development, Postgraduate School of Credit & Financial Management have in place, “Board of Academic Advisers” (BAA). The BAA board members are individuals, serving without monetary reward. Their responsibilities include providing advice on developing and updating PSCFM’s syllabus, and ensuring that the school’s correspondence students are examined to the same standard as part-time students at PSCFM’s (Saturday) classrooms.


This Board is responsible for the marking of student examination scripts. Members of the Board are drawn from various sectors of commerce and academic industry. The reason for constituting this board was to eliminate corruption and other related examination malpractices (leakage of examination papers and marking scheme).


PSCFM’s library contains latest titles of international standard and currency on credit management used by students and lecturers of our programmes. There are also other materials on credit and financial management in the form of professional journals of credit management bodies around the world. Most of our books and other resources are not common in Nigeria. Therefore, PSCFM imports a great chunk of its library needs from overseas. Our titles are currently used in Europe and America, etc for effective teaching and learning in credit management, specifically, our study packs are developed from these books and journals.