Country Senior Partner, PwC @ SpeakerSeries Sep 21 (Lagos)
Come interact with Ken Igbokwe as he shares his business and life experiences.
This event is FREE to attend.
Date: Saturday 21st September
Venue: Bogobiri House. 9 Maitama Sule Street, off Raymond Njoku Street, off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi
Ken Igbokwe is the Country Senior Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Nigeria. PwC is one of the world's leading professional services networks, with 180,000 employees in Protected content . When, in Protected content , the $1 billion PwC Africa business was restructured, Ken was selected as Regional Senior Partner to lead the West Africa region comprising Nigeria, Ghana and Angola; a role he performs in conjunction with his direct leadership of the Nigeria business.
Ken joined Price Waterhouse in London in Protected content was with the London office until Protected content where he moved to Price Waterhouse Nigeria. Ken has 35 years’ experience in the provision of assurance, taxation, business advisory, and consulting services.
He currently focuses on large scale transformation, corporate performance management and business process re-engineering and optimisation in the public sector, financial services and the oil & gas sectors.
He contributes regularly to public discourse and debate on public sector transformation in Nigeria and on matters which focus on strengthening the investment climate. In the past, he had also been a speaker at leading UK and US business schools on government reforms and riskiness of the Nigerian environment and has regularly challenged perceptions about Nigeria and Africa as risky investment destinations.
Ken is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Member of the City & Guilds Institute, London; Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria; and Member, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria. He has been a Committee Member of the Nigerian Accounting Standards Board for various Nigerian Accounting Standards.
Ken holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London, which he attended as a Shell Scholar.