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October 23rd 2014:Frontier Market Expert on why it’s Time to Look at Nigeria

With 7% pa GDP growth, a population of 174 mn with a rapidly expanding middle class and an improving regulatory infrastructure, Nigeria is earning a deserved place in international portfolios and offering new opportunities to foreign business. Guest host, Nate Suppaiah (Emerging Market Investors Association) interviews InVcap’s Managing Partner, Olutoyin Oyelade, on the investment and business environment of Africa’s largest economy. InVcap is an investment management firm providing accredited investors access to growth opportunities in West African economies; it also participates in developme

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Olu Oyelade

Olu is the Managing Partner and chairs the Management Investment Committee at InVcap (http://www.invcapcorp.com/). She oversees the management of the firm’s private equity and funds and has responsibility for its business development and investment strategy. Her career in the financial industry spans over 20 years’ with extensive experience in Investment Banking, Global transaction banking, Structured Finance and International Trade and Treasury. As Group Executive of Investment management at Intercontinental Group between 2007 and 2009, Olu managed IBG’s fund portfolio of $8bn and had responsibility for Funds investments. As VP, in Treasury & Funds Management she was involved in the develop
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Nate Suppaiah

Nate Suppaiah is the Director of EMIA (www.emia.org), the Emerging Market Investors’ Association as well as managing editor of Alternative Emerging Investor, www.aeinvestor.com. He began his career as a wilderness paramedic. He turned to economics after covering China's acceptance into the WTO for The Economist (Beijing). In 2004 he joined Oppenheimer’s Chicago office as an associate broker, then returned to China as a management consultant for a German firm specializing in strategic entry analysis & due diligence. In 2007 he moved to Buenos Aires, launching CapRG. He has a degree in finance from Univ of Loyola(Chicago)& Masters from the Univ of Buenos Aires (Int'l Econ Relations)and the Un
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