Kunle

Elebute

Senior Partner

KPMG

Kunle Elebute is the Senior Partner, KPMG in Nigeria and Chairman, KPMG Africa. He has over 35 years of professional experience advising clients in the public/private sectors in Nigeria, West and Sub-Sahara Africa. Prior to assuming the role of the Senior Partner, Kunle served as head of various sectors including Financial Services and more recently Infrastructure, Government and Healthcare.  He has also has led various strategic and transformational projects for local & global clients

He was admitted as a Partner and head of the Financial Services Audit practice in 1996, was made responsible for the Privatisation and Emerging Markets Practice in 1999 and led the Financial Advisory Services practice which included corporate finance, transaction and forensic services for the West African sub-region from 2002 – 2008.  He became head of Advisory Services from 2008 to 2016 with responsibility for Deal Advisory, Management Consulting, Risk Consulting and Information Technology Advisory.

Kunle has a degree in Economics from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom (1982), qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1986 and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (FCA). He is a member of the KPMG Africa Board, the KPMG Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMA) Board and the KPMG Global Board.  Kunle serves on the Board of several Not for Profit organizations including; Society for Family Health, Nigerian Economic Summit Group and  American Business Council.

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