Aunty Mo’: Guest Entrepreneur for May

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The staff of Courteville were ushered into the month of May with the visit of the amiable  Mrs. Mosun Belo-Olusoga also known as Aunt Mo who graced its Head Office as its Guest Entrepreneur for the month.  An alumnus of the prestigious University of Ibadan, Mrs. Belo-Olusoga is of Ijebu descent and proudly so and will not go without mentioning her love for her father at any chance she got.

Aunt Mo who is a vastly experienced retired banker with over 3 decades under her belt was a pioneer staff of Guaranty Trust Bank (GT Bank) and started her career in the Banking Industry with Continental Merchant Bank as a Youth Corper under the mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme. While at GT Bank she was responsible for Risk Management, Corporate and Commercial Banking, Investment Banking, Transaction Services and Settlement activities. She enjoys passing on knowledge and accompanied with her passion for personal and professional grooming and also the quest to transform children into responsible, socially responsive, and culturally balanced adults led to the reason of being seconded to start and facilitate the programmes at the Credit School of GT Bank and eventually setting up her own Citadel of Learning called City of Knowledge Academy in Ijebu-ode Ogun State after retiring from banking in 2006. She trains Banks and even Insurance companies on Credit Risk within Nigeria and other African countries like Zambia, Sierra Leone, Liberia.

Aunt Mo also sits on the board of various organizations such as MTN Foundation, ActionAid, Synergy Capital and Advisory (Chairman) and she is also the first female Chairman of Access Bank and any new generation bank in Nigeria. She is the Principal Consultant/Programme Director at the KRC Limited. Mrs. Belo-Olusoga qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1983 finishing as the best student in her set. She is a fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN).


A time conscious, kind and always smiling but disciplined woman, Aunt Mo was able  to dish out knowledge to staff of Courteville and also answer the variety of questions thrown her way , with staff chanting for her return.

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