Leadership

Dominic Isunuoya
Managing Director

He holds a first degree (Second Class Upper Division) in Agronomy from the University of Calabar (1988) with field expertise; has MBA (Banking & Finance) from the ESUT Business School (2000). In 2001 he took the qualifying examination of the Information Systems Audit & Control Association, and was admitted to its prestigious CISA membership. He is also a certified Oracle Database Administrator (OCA).

Dominic qualified and trained as a Chartered Accountant at the blue-chip accounting firm of Price Waterhouse between 1990 and 1994. He subsequently joined Diamond Bank where he worked in the Internal Control Department. In 1998, he moved on to the United Bank for Africa Plc where he worked as a Senior Manager and held several additional positions, the last being Head of Operational Risk Management for the North Central Region. In 2002, he joined Indo-Nigeria Bank as Chief Inspector and two years later he was appointed as the pioneer Branch Manager of Ikeja Branch. In January 2006, following the merger of Indo-Nigeria Bank with other Banks into the newly-formed Sterling Bank, Dominic served as the Relationship Manager Retail and Commercial Banking in charge of the Oba Akran Branch, before leaving for his consultancy and entrepreneurship practice.

He was until recently an Executive Director at Assetswise Capital Ltd; a private Equity Firm where he handled a number of deals such as the Venture Capital Investment in Eartholeum Networks Ltd., the Buyout of Seric Impianti International Limited and a number of Advisory projects. He is a distinguished banker with over twelve years of professional experience, Dominic has in-depth, practical experience in Investment Analysis, Risk Management, Financial Management and reporting, Financial Analysis/Modeling and Taxation.

Dominic is a member of several reputable local and international professional organizations, including the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, and has attended various offshore and onshore training programs.