Mr. Ibrahim Dikko is an Independent Non-Executive Director in CSCS Plc. He graduated with an LL.M [Corporate & Commercial Law] degree from Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London, England after obtaining his LL.B from the University of Buckingham, England. He was called to the Nigeria Bar in 1990.
Mr. Dikko has worked in a variety of roles in banking, information technology and telecommunications. He worked on the team responsible for setting up the first Discount House in Nigeria and later rose to become Chairman of the Discount House from 2002 to 2012. He was a partner and director at Resourcery Plc where he led business development.
Mr. Dikko was also a pioneer member of the team that set up EMTS Ltd (trading as Etisalat Nigeria) in 2007 and was Vice President for Regulatory and Corporate Affairs until he left in 2017. He has a keen interest in competition regulation as well as the interplay between technology and regulation in the fast-changing Fintech/Regtech space. His interests also cover Corporate Governance and he is an independent director on the boards of Custodian Investments Plc, Baker Hughes Company Limited and The Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria.