Oluyemi Abaolu-Johnson

Chief Executive Officer
 is a multi-discipline accountant, project manager, risk manager and consultant. He trained with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Deloitte and had hands on experience with Sarbanes Oxley engagements, business risk assessment, process improvement, compliance audits, financial audits, process audits, tax, finance, financial reporting, financial and business modeling, etc. He has assisted and still assists very many multinational companies and public sector entities with their processes. While at PricewaterhouseCoopers, he was a key member of the team that re-designed the Nigerian Export Expansion Grant Scheme amongst other projects. He worked with AP Moller Maersk Nigeria as a Cluster/Group Head of Internal Control, set up the Quality Assurance Unit for Access Bank Plc before proceeding to consulting practice.
He has managed landmark projects including leading a 24 man team on an organisation reengineering and performance management for the presidency and leading a 30 man team business process reengineering team for one of Nigeria’s 24 commercial banks among many other consulting efforts.  He was a key member of the national committee for the implementation of the national productivity policy. He has also helped in designing and implementing ERMF for some financial services organisations. He is positioned to contribute immensely to any organisation in business (process, financial and strategic) managements, oil and gas accounting, financial services, process development and improvement, policy formulation and development, risk management, business relationships, business development, business strategy, regulations management, staff development, etc. capacities.

He has broad exposures to Standards - GAAPs (US FAS, IAS, IFRS and Nigeria’s SAS), and other tools like ISA, IIA’s Performance and Attribute Standards, COSO Control Framework, etc. He possesses sound knowledge of business processes, budgetary skills, financial management skills, etc.; and deep working knowledge of COSO’s enterprise risk management framework (ERMF) and Basel II and its other risk management principles. He converts IFRS and trains IFRS and IPSAS, other Finance and Accounting Topics, Tax, Risk Management, Process Improvement, Corporate Governance and other leading topics at public workshops, for leading accounting institutes and for staff of multinational companies and public sector entities.