RALIAT AHUOIZA OYETUNDE’S
Raliat is the CEO/Lead Consultant at Prinsult Global Consulting Limited where she has the responsibility for the strategic and tactical decisions for the development and growth of the Small and Medium scale consulting business. She also provides leadership to the capacity building arm of the company and is the chief liaison officer with the government agencies and major financial institutions in the company portfolio; and the convener of WomenMore powered by Prinsult Global.
With over 18 years direct experience in Banking, Raliat has held a wide range of financial services and has served in various roles including Public Sector Management, Retail and Commercial Banking via Branch Management and large corporate. She was a key resource in the smooth transition and merger of Oceanic Bank Plc and Ecobank Nigeria Limited in 2011.
Raliat is a Thought Leader on Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) with consultancies for Commercial Banks, Bank of Industry (BOI) among other reputable private and public institutions. She is among the Pioneer BOI Business Development Service Providers (BDSPs), a key facilitator for the Graduate Entrepreneurship Fund (GEF) and Youth Entrepreneurship Support Product programme managers (YES-P). In these roles, she has successfully built capacity for over 1000 SMEs, launched 8 entrepreneurs within 2 years who have a combined asset size in excess of USD 5 million.
She is also a pioneer Judge on Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs (AYE) Show for SMEs. Raliat’s areas of expertise include: Investment Banking, Marketing Strategy, Credit and Marketing, Business Development, Sales, Change Management, Risk Management and Motivational speaking.
Raliat Oyetunde is an Associate of the Nigerian Institute of Management, an alumni of Lagos Business School (Nigeria), the Enterprise Development Centre (EDC-Pan Atlantic University), Cranfield School of Management (UK) University of Ilorin, and the University of Agriculture Makurdi.
Passionate about disability matters, Raliat is the Chairperson of CpCenter’s Board of Trustees and a mother to a child with hypotonic Cerebral Palsy.