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October 9th, 2017
Akeem Lawal

Akeem Lawal

Akeem Lawal, InterSwitch Divisional Chief Executive Officer

Akeem Lawal serves as Divisional Chief Executive Officer of Switching and Processing at InterSwitch Limited.

He previously served as Group Head of Service Delivery at InterSwitch Limited.

Prior to joining Interswitch, Akeem worked in the Petroleum and ICT Industry.

Lawal graduated with First Class Honours in Electrical/Electronic Engineering from the University of Benin, Nigeria.

He also holds an MBA from the Lagos Business School at the Pan-Atlantic University.

Prior to joining Interswitch, Akeem worked in the Petroleum and ICT Industry.

Lawal is adept at spotting business opportunities and executing with minimal time-to-market.

His deep insight into the opportunities in Africa and his knowledge of the payments business helps him to gain the confidence of our customers and the respect of his peers. 

He is a Bishop Desmond Tutu Fellow of the African Leadership Institute.

 

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