Emerging Africa Capital’s Toyin Sanni Headlines ThinkBusiness Africa’s Breakfast Meeting

Lagos, Nigeria – 28 -02-2024 – ThinkBusiness Africa is proud to announce Dr. Toyin Sanni, a distinguished leader in the African finance and investment landscape, as the keynote speaker for the March 2024 edition of its renowned ThinkBusiness Africa Breakfast Meeting. This exclusive event, scheduled for the 5th of March 2024, at the Capital Club, promises a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights from Dr. Sanni on Nigeria’s current investment climate.

Dr. Sanni’s multifaceted career is a testament to her remarkable achievements. Having earned a law degree at a young age, she went on to build an impressive track record in various sectors, including law, finance, and investment banking. Her dedication to continuous learning led her to attend prestigious institutions like Harvard Business School, further solidifying her expertise. Throughout her professional journey, Dr. Sanni has consistently held leadership positions, demonstrating her exceptional talent and vision. Her tenure as CEO of United Capital for over four years is a prime example, and she currently leads Emerging Africa Capital Group, spearheading impactful business strategies.

Dr. Sanni’s accomplishments have not gone unnoticed. She has been recognised with numerous prestigious awards, including the “All African Businesswoman of the Year” and the coveted “Pearl Awards’ CEO of the Year”. These accolades stand as a testament to her dedication to excellence and her significant contributions to the African business landscape. Beyond her corporate achievements, Dr. Sanni demonstrates a deep commitment to empowering others. Recognising the need for increased support for women in the finance sector, she founded Women in Finance ng (WIFng), a non-profit organization dedicated to advocating for and advancing their development. Additionally, her active participation on various boards reflects her dedication to driving positive change and fostering a more inclusive and equitable business environment.

The ThinkBusiness Breakfast Meeting, designed as a premier convening of policy, business, and thought leaders, is known for attracting prominent figures from diverse sectors for insightful discussions on crucial economic and policy issues shaping the Nigerian economy. Dr. Sanni joins a distinguished list of past speakers, including Dr. Ayo Teriba (CEO, Economic Associates), Abubakar Suleiman (CEO, Sterling Bank), Jude Chiemeka (CEO, Nigeria Exchange Limited), Ola Williams (CEO, Microsoft Nigeria), and Bayo Rotimi (CEO, Greenwich Merchant Bank). Divided into two sections, the first section, led by Dr. Ogho Okiti, CEO ThinkBusiness Africa, largely focuses on macroeconomic and sector-specific issues, sharing highlights of Nigeria’s economic and policy conditions, while the second session invites different business, policy, and regulatory leaders to share their thoughts on different aspects of their work, industries, and or the economy. The meeting’s growing audience is primarily drawn from members of the Capital Club, who are distinguished business leaders, and other business leaders, media, and the diplomatic corps outside of the club. The atmosphere is relaxed and uniquely engaging in a way that best encourages knowledge sharing and networking.

This upcoming breakfast meeting presents a unique opportunity for attendees to engage with Dr. Sanni and gain valuable insights into her perspective on Nigeria’s current investment climate. Her vast experience and unparalleled knowledge make her exceptionally qualified to address practical developments, policies, and options impacting the investment landscape. Send a request to join us at the Capital Club on the 5th of March 2024 for the ThinkBusiness Breakfast Meeting and gain invaluable insights on the Macroeconomic conditions in Nigeria, and how it is affecting Nigeria’s investment landscape.

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