Olawunmi Olatunji

CEO at Brockville Investments Limited

Olawunmi Olatunji is a research and investment analyst with over 15 years of professional experience covering banking & finance, energy economics & asset management. Olawunmi understands risks and commercial development. She is currently Chief Executive Officer at Brockville Investments Limited, a research-based asset development company with a focus on the Energy & Natural Resources sectors.


Based on her experience at Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, First Bank of Nigeria Plc, Degeconek Nigeria Limited, and with BMCE Bank of Africa’s African Entrepreneurship Awards, Olawunmi has gained a broad range of exposure to ventures in the energy, natural resources, and climate-focused sectors.


These include various oil & gas field development projects, modular refineries, gas processing plants, renewable energy projects, as well as environment & climate-focused projects such as biowaste, organic, paper & plastic recycling. In the capacity of energy economics, research, commercial & business development analyst for investment, divestiture, and project finance purposes.


Olawunmi holds a first degree in geology and a master’s degree in petroleum geoscience with economics and she is a chatter holder at the Chartered Global Investment Analyst Network (CGIA). Olawunmi is also a certified financial modelling and valuation analyst (FMVA) from the Corporate Finance Institute, Vancouver Canada. She is also the Cofounder of the business Outliers and sits on the board of Solve Education, an EdTech Start-up company based in Nigeria & Singapore.


Some of her publications are:


An investor’s guide to Gas project development in Nigeria 2022
How to prepare Bankable Energy projects 2021
An investor’s guide to developing marginal field projects 2021
Key Considerations in developing business plans for large projects (Oil & Gas) 2020
The impact of the Nigerian Gas flare commercialization program on the domestic gas value chain 2019

Top goals as a WIFIN Fellow:
  1. To accelerate the growth of Women in Finance, Investment, and Technology in Africa and beyond
  2. To broaden networking opportunities across the continent
  3. To be a mentor/ friend to fellow young Nigerians and women globally.