Verod Capital Management Limited (“Verod”), a leading West African private equity firm, today announced the hiring of Nieros Oyegun Soerensen as a Principal and the firm’s Chief Operating Officer.
Nieros brings over 15 years of rich finance and leadership experience, most recently as the Head of The Africa List and Nigeria coverage at CDC Group, where she supported the growth of CDC’s investment footprint in the region, with an emphasis on developing management and organisational capacity within the portfolio and beyond. She was previously the Head of Corporate Finance and Investor Relations at LADOL, and also has project finance and corporate strategy experience from Macquarie Capital, and investment banking experience from Goldman Sachs & Co. She serves on a number of boards internationally, having gained qualifications in corporate governance and company direction from the Institute of Directors UK.
Nieros joins the executive management team at Verod and will be responsible for managing the day to day operations of the firm, building a stronger platform for sustainable growth and supporting Verod on its path to becoming an exceptional investment firm.
“We are extremely pleased and happy to welcome Nieros to the Verod team”, said Danladi Verheijen, CEO of Verod. “We are excited about what this means for the next phase of our growth, as Verod will benefit significantly from her many years of experience in some of the best financial institutions across the globe.”
On her appointment, Nieros commented, “It is a real privilege to be joining Verod, and an exciting move for me both personally and professionally. This is a talented, world-class team with a strong reputation in the market, and I look forward to working closely across the team to develop the key operational pillars that will support the business through its growth trajectory.”
ABOUT VEROD CAPITAL http://www.verod.com
Verod Capital is a Private Equity firm focused on investing equity and equity-linked capital in growth companies across various sectors, primarily in Anglophone West Africa. Verod seeks to partner with companies led by strong, result driven management teams able to grow large, sustainable and dominant enterprises. Verod manages over $315 million in assets and has invested in over 20 middle-market high growth companies.« Back to Member News