By Dipo Olowookere
Thursday, June 15, 2017 has been fixed for the Nigeria CFO Summit slated to take place at Oriental Hotel in Lekki, Lagos.
The event hopes to gather financial executives across all industry sectors in Nigeria under one roof so as to brainstorm and share best practice and thought-provoking discourse on the future of finance, accounting, and business trends in the financial sector.
Organisers of the summit explained that the annual programme offers a day of interactive learning and that is not available anywhere else. It includes presentations, panels, networking and a closing reception.
It also provides a platform for top Chief Financial Officers (CFOs), Head of Finance, high-level executives, analysts, academics, and pundits to gather and take part in conversations that shape future policy decisions of the finance sector in a more relaxed environment.
The CFO Summit will feature expert finance speakers who have made their mark in the industry. They will discuss Role of The Modern CFO, Tax and Tax Administration, Finance Tech and Innovation, Financial Leadership and Culture, Forecasting in emerging Markets and many more.
Some of the speakers include Mr Ugo Nwaghodoh, the Group CFO at UBA Plc; Mr Taiwo Oyedele, the Head of Tax at PwC; Mrs Rashidat Adebisi, the Group CFO at AXA Mansard; Mr Richard Tuner, the Group CFO at Jagal; Mr Oludare Adanri, the CFO at Fidson; Mr Adekunle Awobodu, the CFO at MTN Nigeria; Mr Humphrey Okorie, the CEO at Institute of Internal Auditors; Mrs Yemisi Edun, the CFO at FCMB; Mr Bidemi Oni, the CFO at Chapel Hill; Mr Akinyemi Ogunleye, the Head of Tax Manager at Schulberger; Mr Babajide Ibironke, the CFO at Mantrac Nigeria; and Mrs Kikelomo Asuelime, the GM, Internal Audit at Seplat.
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