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Toyin Sanni, CEO of United Capital Leaves At month End

Toyin Sanni, CEO of United Capital

 

 

 

Mrs. Toyin Sanni, Group CEO of United Capital Plc is set to leave her job by month end, after an award-filled career of positive engagements locally and internationally.

While United Capital is yet to make a formal public announcement, industry sources confirmed to Proshare she will be leaving to pursue other challenges in areas she has shown passion for over the years.

Oluwatoyin Sanni would be devoting her time, experience and network to focus on facilitating investments in Africa, nay Nigeria.

Toyin will be leaving after a four years plus service as the GCEO post at United Capital Plc with a stellar record of achievements and attainments; which will include her developmental work in the areas of women in finance, standardization of ethics and practice ethos for the corporate and individual investor space, corporate financing, empowerment initiatives and opportunities for the youth, and development of products and services to benefit a changing market space.

During her tenure, she played leading roles in landmark deals such as the multi-trillion naira AMCON bond Issues, the Lagos State Bond Programme, the Lafarge WAPCO, UPDC and Flour Mills Debt Issues amongst many others. In 2007, she led the establishment of UBA Global Investor services the Custody arm of the UBA Group, which rapidly became a leading Nigerian Custodian and secured the mandates of major Global Custodians amongst others.

These series of engagements has led to United Capital Plc becoming one of the best overall companies on the Nigerian stock exchange (NSE) in the last four years.

Toyin has over twenty-five years cognate experience in investor services, law and finance; having served for eight years as CEO of Cornerstone Trustees (CTL), a council member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators Nigeria (ICSAN), a Fellow and Vice-President of the Association of Pension Funds of Nigeria (APFN), and President of the Association of Corporate Trustees Nigeria (CTN) and The Association of Investment Advisers and Portfolio Managers (IAPM).

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