Toyin Olusanya

Toyin started her career in 1991 with International Merchant Bank and worked briefly in the Union Bank London office after she completed her MBA in 1993. She joined First Securities Discount House (FSDH), the pioneer discount house in Nigeria in 1994, first in the Operations Group and thereafter as a foundation member of the team saddled with funds management for the Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs).

She worked in the unit for 4 years and during this period managed to grow the deposit from these institutions to over N3 billion.  In 2000, she was transferred to the dealing unit as the Assistant Chief Dealer, a position she held until she moved to National Bank of Nigeria Limited in June 2000.

In National Bank, she was responsible for setting up the Domestic Treasury Department, which includes Domestic Treasury, Non-Bank Financial Institutions (NBFIs), and Asset and Liability Management (ALM). She joined Broad Bank of Nigeria Limited in 2002 as the Treasurer and with oversight for the Treasury and Investment banking division by 2006.

She joined Union Bank in 2006 as a result of the acquisition of Broad Bank whilst with Union Bank; she has worked with the Treasury division on building a treasury sales team, acquisition of the PDMM and MMD licenses, the review of processes & procedures and upgrading the dealing room personnel for securities trading. She was responsible for setting up the Wealth and Asset Management business of the bank with technical support from BlackRock Inc. (a global investment management firm).

She left Union Bank in 2010 to pursue her passion. She is the Franchise Development Consultant to FDHL.


    • Toyin  holds an MBA  from the University of Wales College of Cardiff, UK
    • Her other formal education include a B.Sc. from the University of Lagos and she is also an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers in Nigeria. Toyin is also an Alumnus of University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School
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