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FBA Suites, 2nd Floor, Plot 5, Chief Yesuf Abiodun Way, Oniru Road
Co-Founder and Executive Director
Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers
LiveWell Initiative LWI
Skye Trustees Ltd
African Paints (Nigeria) Plc.
Shoreline Power LTD
Econet Wireless Nigeria Limited
Denham Management Limited
University of London
University of Sussex
Our People - LiveWell Initiative LWI
Chairman Mr. A. Olawale Edun (Chairman, Chapel Hill Denham Group, and formerly of the World Bank Washington DC)
1st Vice Chairman / Chief Executive Officer (CEO)Mrs.
Board of Directors - LiveWell Initiative LWI
Mr Adebayo Olawale Edun - Chairman
Mr A. Olawale Edun holds a Bachelors Degree in Economics from the University Of London and Masters Degree in the same subject from the University of Sussex, England. He has had over twenty four years experience in merchant banking, corporate finance, economics and international finance at national and international levels. He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers. In September 1986 he joined the World Bank/IFC in Washington DC, USA through the elite Young Professionals Program where he worked on economic and financial packages for several countries including Dominican Republic, Indonesia, and India. In 1989 he returned to Nigeria as co-founder and Executive Director of Investment Banking & Trust Company Limited (IBTC) ; and he later founded Denham Management Limited. Mr Edun responded to the call to civic duty in 1999 by accepting an appointment as Honourable Commissioner of Finance Lagos State, a position he held until he voluntarily resigned in February 2004. He is Chairman of a number of companies, among which are, Frith Hill Company limited, the property consortium. He was recently appointed Executive Chairman of the newly merged mega firm, ChapelHill Denham Group.
Chairman : Mr A. Olawale Edun
Mr A. Olawale Edun Olawale Edun has over 36 years of experience in merchant banking, corporate finance, economics and international finance at national and international levels. Between 1980 and 1986, Wale worked at Chase Merchant Bank (later Continental Merchant Bank) in Lagos where he rose to the position of Head, Treasury and Deputy Head, Corporate Finance. He joined the World Bank/IFC in Washington DC, through the elite Young Professionals program in September 1986. At the World Bank, he worked on economic and financial packages for several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, including the Dominican Republic, Trinidad, Indonesia and India. In 1989, he returned to Nigeria as a co-founder and Executive Director of Investment Banking & Trust Company Limited ("IBTC"), now Stanbic IBTC. In 1994, Wale left IBTC and founded Denham Management Limited. In 1999, he was appointed by the Lagos State Government as Honourable Commissioner for Finance, a position he held for two terms. Wale holds a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of London and an M.Sc. in Economics from the University of Sussex. He joined the Board of Chapel Hill Denham in February 2008.
A. Olawale Edun, was the Honourable Commissioner of Finance, Lagos State from 1999-2004 He has considerable experience in Economics and International Finance at national and international levels. He worked at chase Merchant Bank Nig.
Trustees | The Duke of Edinburghâ€™s International Award
Olawale (Wale) has a background in merchant banking, corporate finance, economics and international finance at both national and international levels. Wale is the chair of ChapelHillDenham Group, Lagos, a leading investment bank. He was an executive director of Lagos merchant bank, Investment Banking & Trust Company Limited, now Stanbic IBTC. Wale is the founder and chair of Lagos Boxing Hall of Fame, a registered not for profit organisation that runs amateur boxing in Lagos in conjunction with the Lagos Amateur Boxing Association. He is also the chair of Livewell Initiative, a not for profit organisation that specialises in health literacy advocacy and practical training in Nigeria, and a trustee of Sisters Unite for Children, a not for profit institution that focuses on helping street children in Lagos.