Nicholas Oliver co-founded The NMS International Group Limited to undertake national infrastructure projects in Africa. The Group was founded as an exporting company from the start. NMSI has spearheaded investment and contracts into Sub Sahara Africa to deliver projects that have a positive impact on the communities in which they operate. Some $ 700 million has been won in the last five years.
The NMS International Group won the Africainvest “ African Social Developer of the Year – 2016 “. In addition NMS has been made a Commonwealthfirst SME Export Champion.
NMSI has won a series of awards for its work in Africa including the 2013 Trade Finance Deal of the Year award from The Banker, Best International Project in 2015 from Architects for Health, Best use of Export Finance in 2016 from Export Excellence and is placed No 51 in the Sunday Times SME Export Track.
NMS is currently undertaking health and social projects and discussions in Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Cote d’Ivoire, Niger, Burkina Faso, The Gambia and Cameroon.
Nick Oliver has over 20 years’ experience of business development in developing countries and has generated significant exports from Africa and the Far East for Britain. He is a procurement and funding specialist with extensive experience of structuring and delivery of complex international projects and is now a Board Member of the UK Governments Africa Infrastructure Board.
He previously spent 20 years as a serving and then reserve officer of the British Army ( The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards ) after passing out from Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, winning the coveted Sword of Honour for his entry.
Nick also founded and is a Trustee of the Waterloo Military Families Fund raising funds for the families of British Military casualties.