Financial services provider, Coronation Group Limited has emerged as the gold sponsor for the 2024 Africa CEO Forum, set to convene in Kigali this month.

The 11th annual summit of the Africa CEO Forum will bring together over 1,800 CEOs, Heads of State, and Prime Ministers from around the world under the theme ‘At the Table or on the Menu? A Critical Moment to Shape the Future of Africa.’

The forum will feature over 60 panel discussions, private workshops, and closed-door roundtables, exploring pivotal topics such as Carbon Markets, Unlocking Climate Finance, and The Silent P: Adding Philanthropy to Public-Private Partnerships.

Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director of Coronation Group Limited, Wole Onasanya, expressed his enthusiasm about the Forum saying, “As a trusted partner in Africa’s financial landscape, Coronation Group is proud to support the Africa CEO Forum as a Gold sponsor. This is a testament to our unwavering commitment to driving transformative change and fostering prosperity across the continent. Through strategic partnerships and innovative solutions, we are dedicated to building enduring legacies and empowering financial independence for all Africans. We look forward to engaging with industry leaders, fostering meaningful dialogue, and exploring collaboration opportunities that will shape the future of Africa’s financial landscape.”

Onasanya and CEO of Coronation Capital Limited, Kayode Akindele, will be speaking on a panel session, and CEO of Trium Limited, Adebayo Adewolu, would be at the Forum.

Operating from Nigeria and Ghana, Coronation Group was founded by Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, who is the current chairman of Access Holdings.

Meanwhile, the firm has revealed plans to expand beyond Nigeria and Ghana to unlock new opportunities for growth and innovation across Africa.
Onasanya and CEO of Coronation Capital Limited, Kayode Akindele, will be speaking on a panel session, and CEO of Trium Limited, Adebayo Adewolu, would be at the Forum.

Operating from Nigeria and Ghana, Coronation Group was founded by Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, who is the current chairman of Access Holdings.

Meanwhile, the firm has revealed plans to expand beyond Nigeria and Ghana to unlock new opportunities for growth and innovation across Africa.
“With a track record in key West African markets, Coronation Group is now poised to expand its footprint into other African regions. The Group’s accomplishments include obtaining the first Capital Market Holding Company license in Nigeria, delivering over N100bn in ecosystem revenue in 2023, and serving over two million customers. Coronation is committed to building successful technology-enabled startups that address Africa’s unique challenges and drive sustainable growth across the continent,” a statement from the firm said on Tuesday.

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