Aanu Adeoye is the west Africa correspondent for the Financial Times based in Lagos. He covers politics, business, technology and economics in the Ecowas member states and central African countries, with a particular focus on Nigeria.
He was previously the Mo Ibrahim Foundation Academy Fellow with the Russia-Eurasia Programme at Chatham House, where he researched Russia-Africa relations. He is an Associate Fellow of the Queen Elizabeth II Leadership Academy at Chatham House.
Previously, he was in Johannesburg as news editor of The Continent, the digital pan-African newsweekly designed to be read and shared on messaging apps. He has also served as managing editor at TechCabal and has been published in the Guardian, CNN and other outlets.
Panel: Building the future of financial services
FOC/FI | Main Stage
Discussing the future of and opportunities in financial services industry.