Kayode Omoregie is a Faculty in finance and strategy at the Lagos Business School. He was formerly the Academic Director of the International Management Programme (IMP), inaugural chairman of the Assurance of Learning (AOL), Committee and deputy chairman of the Curriculum Development and Assurance of Learning Committee.
His research areas include ethics in financial decisions, corporate financial intelligence and performance, executive compensation and corporate performance, evaluation of SME credit default risk and financing absorptive capacity, multi-creditor resolution of corporate insolvency and financial strategy and policy analysis. He has published extensively in academic and professional journals in these areas, and presented papers in local and international academic and professional conferences.
Kayode is currently on the board of the governing council of the Business Recovery and Insolvency Practitioners Association of Nigeria (BRIPAN), and is a member of the board of the Corporate Re-engineering and Insolvency Faculty of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN). He was formerly on the board of the Public Practice Section (PPS) of ICAN, and has served on various committees of the institute.
He has over 25 years of experience in audit, taxation, business advisory, corporate finance, corporate restructuring and insolvency practice, across various industries and with various firms, including Arthur Andersen (now KPMG Professional Services), Kiwi Nigeria Plc., (A Sara Lee Chicago Company), and Chartered Aluminium Plc., where he was the Finance Director. He has also served in executive and non-executive capacities on the board of directors of some corporations in Nigeria. He was the founding and senior partner of Osaretin Omoregie & Co (Chartered Accountants) and the CEO/ Principal Consultant of Resource Edge Advisory Partners, a Corporate Finance, Strategy and Performance Advisory firm.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and his MBA from the prestigious Lagos Business School. He is an alumnus of the IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain, and the University of Stellenbosch Business School in South Africa. Kayode is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN), and the Business Recovery and Insolvency Practitioners Association of Nigeria (BRIPAN). He is also a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management (Chartered), (NIM), the Society of Corporate Governance of Nigeria (SCGN) and a member of the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Professionals (INSOL)Back to Kayode Omoregie
Omoregie, K. (2017). Promoting multi-creditor workouts – a Nigerian perspective. Arabian Journal of Business & Management Review 7(2).
Omoregie, K. & Kelikume, I. (2017). Executive Compensation and Banking Sector Performance: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Developing Areas.
Omoregie, K. & Kelikume, I. (in press, 2016). Dynamic Interaction Between Savings, Investment and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Vector Autoregressive (Var) Approach. Journal of Developing Areas.
Ofori, K. S., Fianu, E., Omoregie, K., Odai, N. A., & Oduro-Gyimah, F. (2014). Predicting Credit Default among Micro Borrowers in Ghana. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 5 (12), 96-104.
Omoregie, K. (2016, September). Multi-Creditor Workouts as an Approach to Resolving Corporate Insolvency. BRIPAN 2016 Annual International Conference, Lagos, Nigeria.
Omoregie, K. (2016). Teaching Ethics in Corporate Finance Courses. Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum (pp. 28).
Omoregie, K. (2012) “Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Financing Strategies in a Developing Economy” Paper presented at the ICAN ATS 35th Induction Ceremony in June.
Omoregie, K (2012) “Strategic Planning for Business Success” Paper presented at the ICAN EMCPE seminar in May.
Omoregie, K. (2011). Restructuring Exits: Debt Refinancing, Debt Trading, Debt-Equity Swaps and Tax Issues in Restructuring. Paper presented at the BRIPAN Mandatory Continued Professional Education (MCPE), 13th April, Lagos.
PPS/ICAN Position Paper and Interim Guidelines for Compliance of Members with the EFCC/SCUML Public Announcement to Designated Non-Financial Institutions in Nigeria (Obligations under the Money Laundering (Prohibition) Act, 2004. Feb. 2008
“Restructuring of Financially Distressed Companies” – BRIPAN Seminar; July, 2010
“The Balanced Scorecard as a Tool for Monitoring and Evaluating Board and CEO Performance” – ICAN EMCPE Seminar; Feb. 2010
“Business Restructuring in the Light of Corporate Finance” – BRIPAN Seminar; December 10, 2009
“Financial Intelligence and the Global Financial Crisis” – Institute of Chartered Accountants in Nigeria (ICAN) Seminar on the Global Financial Crisis; April 29, 2009.
“Audit Risk Assessment” – ICAN Public Practice Section Seminar on Training the Practitioner; May 10, 2007
Pascal Chemical Company – Lagos Business School Case Study (2004)