Flutterwave CEO bags Wall Street Journal Council membership

by Digital Brainiacs
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Africa’s leading payments company chief, Olugbenga Agboola, joins a long list of CEOs globally who are shaking the finance world across different verticals.

Olugbenga ‘GB’ Agboola, the CEO of Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payments technology company, has joined the prestigious Wall Street Journal (WSJ) CEO Council. This recognition, which follows the recent acceptance of Flutterwave’s CFO Oneal Bhambani into the Wall Street Journal’s CFO Network, establishes GB as a global thought leader in fintech.

Comprising 350 CEOs from various industries, the WSJ CEO Council commands a strong global presence, with a collective workforce exceeding 11 million employees and generating about $4.48 trillion in annual revenue. It serves as an influential platform, facilitating growth conversations and fostering the exchange of ideas among leaders of the world’s most renowned companies.

With an academic footprint that cuts across institutions such as the Massachusetts Institute…

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