RTC Advisory Nigeria appoints new Managing Consultant

09 October 2019 Consultancy.africa

Lagos-based management consultancy RTC Advisory has appointed Vincent Nwani as its new Managing Consultant – the top spot at the company. Nwani joins from the Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry, where he was a Director, and takes over from the founder of RTC Opeyemi Agbaje. 

RTC was established in 2004 in the Nigerian market with the specific objective of offering strategy and management consulting services for clients in the country. The firm’s suite of services delve in the business planning and feasibility, financial investment advisory and business incubation domains, among others.

Opeyemi Agbaje founded the firm and has been Managing Consultant ever since. He will now give way to Vincent Nwani, who has more than a decade of advisory experience. Nwani holds a PhD in Economics from the Monarch Business School in Switzerland, and has spent his professional career in Nigeria.

Vincent Nwani, Managing Consultant at RTC Advisory

Notable positions that he has held include: Investment and Business Advisory Executive at Magnartis Finance & Investment; Economic & Investment Executive at BGL; Head of Research and Economic Intelligence at First Bank Nigeria, and, most recently, Director at the Lagos Chamber of Commerce.

He joins RTC at a time when the business advisory climate in Nigeria is growing highly competitive. Local business advisory firms are boosting their profiles, while global accounting and advisory firms – including the Big Four – are also looking to establish a foothold in the fast growing market.

Commenting on his new role, Nwani said, “I am happy to lead RTC Advisory and I am confident that together with the innovative team and our stakeholders, we will build on the existing legacy of the firm and position it for more growth and sustainability.”

Opeyemi Agbaje added, “We are confident that RTC will benefit from Nwani’s creative insights and specialised approach as we continue to advance our strategic goal of wealth creation by positioning governments and private institutions in Nigeria and ultimately in West African sub-region. “


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