Olufunsho Olusanya

Olufunsho Olusanya
Olufunsho Olusanya is the Executive Director in charge of Treasury and International Banking Division. She is responsible for formulating/implementing strategic business decisions of the Bank and for positioning the treasury division to be the most innovative and efficient treasury in the market. She has over 20 years banking experience in diverse areas of Treasury, Securities Trading, Asset & Liability Management, Retail Banking, Cash Management, Product Development, Management Control, and Research. 
 
Olufunsho holds a Masters of Science Degree (M.Sc) in Corporate Governance from Leeds Metropolitan University, United Kingdom; a Masters in Business Administration (MBA), majoring in Banking and Finance from Ogun State University, Nigeria; and a Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc.) from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. She is also an alumnus of London Business School at the executive education level.
 
Prior to rejoining FSDH, Olufunsho was the Group Treasurer of UBA Plc (a leading financial institution in Africa offering banking services across 750 branches in 19 African countries, with presence in New York, London and Paris). Whilst in UBA, she was charged with developing an Integrated Treasury which was responsive to the Group’s needs, profitable, focused on cost optimization with enhanced liquidity and good risk management practices (Basle II compliant). As Group Treasurer of UBA Plc, she was responsible for formulating trading strategies, coordinating effective trading in the various domestic markets where the bank had presence, seeking new markets and business opportunities, managing a portfolio of over $19 Billion assets and institutionalizing the modalities for providing quality treasury services to the institution's diverse customers. She was also instrumental to the successful raising of over $300 million tier 2 Capital for the Bank (the first ever in Nigeria).
 
22 Mar 2016
Our Annual Report and Accounts for the Financial Year Ended 31st December 2015 shows that the Bank made a profit before tax of =N=4.72 billion and ...