Here’s Mrs. Adeola, Founder of Lotus Bank

Mrs. Adeola, Nigeria’s Female Founder Of Lotus Bank


Lotus Capital Limited, a Nigerian pioneer in Islamic asset management, private wealth management advisory services, and financial advisory services, is also founded by her.


She was the Director, CCT Islamic Finance at UBS Warburg, where she oversaw their London Islamic Finance Desk, before to starting Lotus Capital. She worked as a Convertible Bond Research Analyst at BNP Paribas in London prior to joining UBS.


She is a seasoned professional with over 25 years of expertise in research and analysis, investment management, corporate finance, and Islamic finance on a global scale.


She graduated from King’s College, London, with a B.Sc. in Pharmacology, an M.Sc. in Finance from Durham University, where she specialised in Islamic Finance, and an MBA in International Management from Exeter University, UK.


Mrs. Adeola is a West African Fellow of the Aspen Leadership Initiative and was the inaugural President of the Fund Managers Association of Nigeria. She is also the Chairperson of the SEC’s non-interest capital market 10-year Master Plan Committee and a Director of The Aliko Dangote Foundation.


Lotus Bank is a non-interest (Islamic Bank) committed to deepening financial inclusion and broadening the array of non-interest products available to the banked, unbanked, and under-banked population.

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