Luqman Olatokunbo Obileye is a Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of B-K-O Citadel, a firm of Management Consultants with specialization in Training and Strategy. Prior to his appointment with B-K-O Citadel, he was a Senior Manager with Bank PHB, an organisation he joined in January 2006 as a pioneer staff. In this function, he was directly responsible for business development and overall management of the branch. His business development functions involve marketing and branch development, creation and management of risk assets, product and customer profitability, assets and liability management. Luqman was a part of the Integration Team that worked with KPMG on the merger between Habib Nigeria Bank Plc and Platinum Bank Plc to form Bank PHB Plc. In particular, he was a member of the Project Management and the Strategy & Business Model Teams. Prior to the merger, he had worked in several branches and departments of Habib Nigeria Bank Plc (one of the legacy banks that merged to form Bank PHB), gaining critical and wide-ranging experience in banking operations, credit, marketing, project implementation and customer service delivery. Before his banking career, he was at African Concord Newsmagazine as a Reporter on the Foreign Desk. For his National Service, he was with the now defunct Mass Movement for Social Justice and Economic Recovery (MAMSER) Ondo State, where he gained vital experience in public sector information management and social engineering. Luqman is a 1989 graduate of International Relations from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He also holds two Master Degrees in Business Administration [MBA] and Managerial Psychology [MMP]. In 2006, Luqman was awarded a Fellow of LEAD (Leadership for Environment and Development) having participated in intensive global training sessions on leadership and world sustainable issues, backed up with field visits to Senegal and India. As part of his LEAD training, he participated in hands-on leadership training in critical areas such as sustainable development, project management, team/consensus building, and conflict resolution. Luqman is a Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Affairs Management [ICAM], a Member of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria [NIMN], and a member of the International Council of Small Business (ICSB). Luqman is the Secretary, Board of Governors of Network Project for the Disabled (NPD) and is on the faculty of several Consulting firms in Nigeria, including the Financial Institutions training Centre (FITC).
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