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Yinka Ogunnubi

Group Treasury Manager
Lagos, Nigeria
Yinka Ogunnubi is a passionate man with diversified interests and commitments.
He is a finance professional with extensive experience in corporate treasury and finance spanning 22 years. An expert in the implementations of Treasury Management System across Africa, he pioneered the implementation of TMS systems with Nigerian banks in 2004 and subsequently across Africa. Until Oct 2017, he was the Head of Treasury (Project Support / Training) for the CFAO Group in the Anglophone countries comprising 8 countries (Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe). He is currently the Group Treasury Manager for CFAO Group in Nigeria and also a member of the governing council of the Association of Corporate Treasurers of Nigeria (ACTN). He is a member of the board of trustees of the Christian Financial and Accountability Association (CFAA) and he seats on the board of several companies within the fintech and service sector.

His first book “Honey is it in the budget?” and other tools created by him has helped several families gather the knowledge and forge the mindsets required for the optimal management of their personal and family finances. He has also developed tools that help SMEs manage their financial reporting needs.

As a man himself, he is committed to the mentorship and development of men, with the aim of redefining the warped idea of manhood and coaching younger men into being responsible men, fathers and nation builders. He is able to execute this as the convener of TheMan Network a community of men committed to learning, unlearning and relearning in order to live the best value-driven lives possible.

He is passionate about Nigeria and National Development and commits time to mentor many young social commentators, entrepreneurs and bloggers. This passion also reflects in his support for causes such as the AdoptACamp project. He believes that if each one made a commitment to change and act within their spheres of influence, we would slowly be on the way to building a better nation.

He is happily married to Yewande, a lawyer and development worker and their marriage is blessed with two lovely children.

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