Vivienne Ochee Bamgboye is a non-executive director at Greenwich Merchant Bank.
Greenwich Merchant Bank was formerly known as Greenwich Trust Limited (GTL), a foremost financial solutions provider duly registered with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) as an Issuing House. Greenwich Merchant Bank (GMB) is a pre-eminent merchant bank owned by reputable corporate and private investors. With over 27 years’ experience in the financial industry, Greenwich Trust Limited, the precursor to GMB, carved a strong market niche for itself and won several awards over the years. Their deep knowledge of the market, nimbleness, smooth and reliable processes driven largely by technology and quality of their personnel put them on the cutting edge of strategic importance to their select clientele.
Ochee Bamgboye holds a BA in English and Drama from Ahmadu Bello University, and an LLB from University of Ibadan. She was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1989. She is a certified PRINCE2 project manager and holds a PGD in Youth Social Work from Goldsmiths College, University of London. She also has a certificate in Executive Coaching from the University of Cape Town and The Coaching Academy, UK.
Vivienne is an organisational and human capacity development practitioner with 30 years’ experience that spans corporate and public law, policy advisory and development consulting both in Nigeria and the UK. She has a track record of designing consulting solutions for organisational transformation or institutional change.
She started her professional career as a practice attorney at the Rhodes & Rhodes law firm before moving to public law advocacy in the UK. She has also served as team leader for capacity building in the Federal Ministry of Education and Team Lead for the advisory team at the Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development.
As Lead Consultant at the Oye Centre for Learning & Development, she has led project teams to oversee high impact people development and organisational restructuring projects for private sector clients and multinationals.
Currently, she is also a non-executive director of Meyer Paints PLC. Furthermore, she is an executive member of Rising Tide Africa and the founder of Oyigidi, a culture-based knowledge management platform.
Bamgboye has extensive experience, knowledge and expertise in public law and rights advocacy, social policy reform, corporate governance, systems change and institutional capacity development.
Ochee held both technical advisory and senior consulting roles for the International Youth Foundation, World Bank & Gates Foundation, leading social impact, policy reform and system change projects for Youth Voice, GEWE, governance, education and agriculture in Nigeria.