Founder, Institute of Business Studies University (M.B.E, C.B.E)
Sir. Mick Nades, an accountant by profession and one of Papua New Guineas most established entrepreneur, wears a number of different hats in a variety of entities. He is most commonly known for founding one of the most promising Universities in the South Pacific, the Institute of Business Studies University.
Sir. Nades holds astounding qualifications in Accounting, Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He is also recognized for his contributions nationally and abroad by the Kings Award from Belgium, Night in the Order of Leopold, and the Honorary Consul for Belgium in Papua New Guinea since 1993.
Sir Mick Nades was the Chairman of the PNG Cricket Board from 2006 to 2016, Deputy Chairman and Chairman of the Port Moresby General Hospital Finance Committee Board from 1998 to 2008, the Honorary Auditor for the Orchid Society, Patron for the NCD Youth, and a Member of the National Council of PNG Red Cross from 1998 to 2000.
His most notable achievement; the University of IBS was originated in his garage at Saraga, 6 Mile, Port Moresby after he resigned from being a professional Accountant in 1996.