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Nigerian finance couple to wed in London

22 July 2013, 16:03

London - Prominent Nigerian finance couple, Dapo Ladimeji and Funke Feyisitan will be hosting their wedding reception at the Dorchester Hotel in London on 27 July.

Ladimeji is a social activist and an expert in international tax. He has his own accounting firm which caters to multinational companies and industrialists. He is also known for campaigning to alert the leaders in Africa to the importance of new emerging technologies.

Feyistan is currently the Chief Operating Officer of FBN Capital, the asset management and investment banking arm of the bank. She is highly accomplished and is responsible for strategy and focus on the new operations across the group.

Both come from prominent Nigerian families.

The couple met when they were both on the advisory panel of “Nigerians in Square Mile”. He proposed after 18 months of dating.

Pre-wedding celebrations will include a private viewing of the Yinka Shonibare, Nigerian artist at teh Stephen Friedman Gallery, exclusively for wedding guest.

The reception will be hosted by Charles Khiran, a leading European professional speaker and will boast guests from leading financial institutions both in the UK and Nigeria.


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