Emmanuel Ikazoboh is a U.K. certified accountant and a fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants and of the Nigeria Institute of Taxation.
He has exceptionally senior experience of managing high profile advisory assignments for federal government institutions, state governments and private sector clients, in Nigeria over a period of more than 25 years. He attended leadership and senior management courses with Deloitte and was one of the top CEOs seconded to Kellogg Senior Management School at the Northwestern University Chicago.
He is a columnist on financial management issues in Nigerian newspapers and a regular presenter on topical issues at Nigerian and regional conferences. He is currently an adviser to the Edo State Government Economic and Strategy team on infrastructure and Agricultural reform.
Until recently he was the interim administrator of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, appointed by the Securities and Exchange Commission Nigeria to carry out capital market reform of the Nigerian Stock Exchange and the Central Depository Company. He was the managing partner/CEO of Deloitte West & Central Africa, until 2009. He was the managing partner for Francophone offices in Cote d’Ivoire and Cameroon.