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Managing Director/CEO DCSL Corporate Services Ltd

Bisi Adeyemi is the Managing Director/CEO of DCSL Corporate Services Ltd. She is a 1986 Law graduate of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1987. Bisi holds an MBA from the Lagos Business School, Pan Atlantic University.

Prior to joining DCSL, Bisi was the Chief Legal Officer and Company Secretary with a downstream oil and gas company. Before then, she was the General Counsel with a multinational dredging company. Bisi is a member of the International Bar Association, the Institute of Directors and Deputy President at the Nigerian British Chamber of Commerce. Bisi has attended Leadership Training at the Harvard Business School, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University Illinois.

She has varied experience in Corporate and Commercial law practice and has worked on various assignments spanning corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, board evaluation, Director up skilling and other governance engagements. Bisi is an Expert-In-Resident at the Enterprise Development Centre of the Pan Atlantic University. She is a Non-Executive Director on the Board of Center for Women’s Health and Information.

As Managing Director/CEO of DCSL, Bisi is responsible for providing strategic direction to the team, developing the business and leading Board Evaluation and other Governance Engagements. Bisi joined DCSL in December 2010 with a charge to turn-around the fortunes of the Firm (which was operating as a Unit of the Tax Practice of Deloitte) and create a distinct brand identity. DCSL Corporate Services Ltd (which is now fully independent of Deloitte) has recorded significant strides under her leadership and has an impressive client portfolio.

Bisi is passionate about Corporate Governance and facilitates Board level training on the subject. She is a resource person at the Institute of Directors and anchors a weekly column on Corporate Governance in BusinessDay.