Landmark Group is built on strong ethical principles and governed by a Board with high values and a wealth of international, commercial experience.

Pascal Dozie is the founder of Diamond Bank plc where he served as Chairman/Chief Executive Officer from 1991 to 2006. He is also the Chairman of MTN Nigeria, the largest Nigerian mobile services operator since inception in 2001.

Pascal is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the former president of the Nigerian Stock Exchange. He currently serves as a board member for the Commonwealth Business Council, the Lagos Business School and African Capital Alliance, one of the pioneer Private Equity houses in Nigeria.

Pascal Dozie
Chairman

Paul Onwuanibe began his career in the ‘built environment’ with a formal education in Architecture, Property Development and Construction Management, together with an MBA from the London Business School. Paul has over 20 years in the professional experience of design and execution of projects in Africa, USA and Europe. He served as Development Director with Beacon Housing, in UK.

Paul was the Executive with responsibility for the Property and Logistics team of Regus Plc during its rapid expansion years, which oversaw the opening of 190 business centres globally. His is now running Landmark Group - the company which he founded in 1997 and now successfully operates from offices across five continents.

Paul Ownuanibe
Chief Executive Officer

Tony Onwu has an MBA (Finance) from the University of Lagos with over 20 years experience in Corporate Finance, Treasury and Market Risk Management. He is an expert in facilities management and has led various FM teams to deliver services to multinationals in Nigeria.

Tony was the former Managing Director of Diamond Capital, the investment banking subsidiary of one of the country's leading commercial banks. His career also includes roles as Vice President of Citibank Nigeria, General Manager at FSB International Bank and Managing Director of Liberty Bank Plc. Tony has also acted as Technical Adviser to the Director General on Budget affairs in Nigeria. Tony is currently a senior Partner at Nima Capital, a boutique investment and advisory firm, and Executive Director of Kimberly Ryan a Human Resources organisation with a Pan African presence.

Tony Onwu
Director

Funlola Enelamah was in charge of delivering the centre services in the Lagos office since inception in 2003. She is a seasoned administrator and customer services expert. Funlola brings both quality control and human resource experience to the growing Landmark Team. She has a degree in administration and has held senior administrative / management positions in a variety of African Business Consulting units. She is widely travelled and highly knowledgeable in a client interaction environment.

Funlola Enelamah
Director

Kunle Osilaja Barry’s experience includes a wide variety of real estate transactions - asset sales, structured loan financing, equity raisings and advisory for indirect investment vehicles and joint ventures, development and acquisition financing. He served as European Director, Head Debt & Structured Financ at Jones Lang LaSalle Corporate Finance from 2002 to 2012. He is currently the Group Head, Real Estate at Ecobank Transnational Incorporated.

Kunle Osilaja
Non Executive Director

Landmark Group is built on strong ethical principles and governed by a Board with high values and a wealth of international, commercial experience.

Paul Onwuanibe began his career in the ‘built environment’ with a formal education in Architecture, Property Development and Construction Management, together with an MBA from the London Business School. Paul has over 20 years in the professional experience of design and execution of projects in Africa, USA and Europe. He served as Development Director with Beacon Housing, in UK.

Paul was the Executive with responsibility for the Property and Logistics team of Regus Plc during its rapid expansion years, which oversaw the opening of 190 business centres globally. His is now running Landmark Group - the company which he founded in 1997 and now successfully operates from offices across five continents.

Paul Onwuanibe
Chief Executive Officer

Funlola Enelamah, was in charge of delivering the centre services in the Lagos office since inception in 2003. She is a seasoned administrator and customer services expert. Funlola brings both quality control and human resource experience to the growing Landmark Team. She has a degree in administration and has held senior administrative / management positions in a variety of African Business Consulting units. She is widely travelled and highly knowledgeable in a client interaction environment.

Funlola Enelamah
Chief Administrative Officer

Adaobi Nwanze, is a Lawyer and member of the Nigerian bar association. Adaobi possesses considerable experience in corporate commercial law and is responsible for ensuring Landmark's compliance with Nigerian laws and regulations in the day-to-day management of its business and the maintenance of sound corporate governance practices.

Adaobi Nwanze
Chief Legal Officer

Enyinna Okorafor has over 2 decades progressive experience in project management, procurement, Private Public Partnership development and business management. He has worked in the engineering, construction, real estate and telecommunications sectors, performing successfully on various infrastructure-led projects and large-scale complex real estate developments.

Enyinna holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree and is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP, 2003) by the Project Management Institute (PMI). He was a member of team tasked with developing the first PMI Practice Standard of Earned Value Management (PS-EVM) and the Practice Standard for Scheduling. He has attended various courses and seminars in Nigeria, UK and the US and is a member of the Project Management Institute.

Enyinna Okorafor
Project Manager

Landmark Group is built on strong ethical principles and governed by a Board with high values and a wealth of international, commercial experience.

Pascal Dozie is the founder of Diamond Bank plc where he served as Chairman/Chief Executive Officer from 1991 to 2006. He is also the Chairman of MTN Nigeria, the largest Nigerian mobile services operator since inception in 2001.

Pascal is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the former president of the Nigerian Stock Exchange. He currently serves as a board member for the Commonwealth Business Council, the Lagos Business School and African Capital Alliance, one of the pioneer Private Equity houses in Nigeria.

Pascal Dozie

Koye Edu is the Managing Partner of Jackson, Etti and Edu law firm and specializes in Mergers and Acquisition, Banking & Finance, Real Estate, Immigration and Foreign Direct Investment. He has advised on big ticket transactions and is experienced in town planning laws and regulations. He has engaged in negotiations with property owners and host communities for the purchase of properties.

He is a Director of all the companies in the Moorhouse Group, a real estate and hospitality company, an adviser to A.P Moller – Maersk Group Nigeria and chairman of Ilubirin Foreshore Project Limited.

He currently serves as a member of the governing council of Lagos State University, as well as a council member of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (An affiliate of the World Wild Life Fund for Nature).

Koye Edu

Mohammed, has almost 40 years of experience as an economist and banker. He started his career working in principal investments and project finance at the New Nigeria Development Company Limited, which at the time was Nigeria’s largest industrial holding company with investments across a range of industries where he rose to the position of Group Chief Executive. He is a past Chairman/CEO of FSB International Bank, a past Chairman of the Nigerian Economic Summit Group and is currently the Vice Chairman/CEO of Alpine Investment Services Ltd and director of 7up Bottling Company Plc.

MOHAMMED HAYATU-DEEN

Olasupo is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and a partner in a leading Commercial Law firm, Africa Law Practice(ALP) with associate Law firms across Africa. He has over thirty years’ experience acting for sovereign, sub-national and private international parties in international commercial & investment arbitration/ litigation and other advisory capacities.

He is seasoned in shipping & maritime law, energy and natural resources law amongst others. He was the Attorney General of Lagos State from 2007 to 2011 and Chairman, Law Reform Commission Lagos, Nigeria from 2011 to 2014. He was also the past Chairman of Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution committee of the Section on Business Law of the Nigerian Bar Association and President of the Lagos Court of Arbitration.

He is co-author of Commercial Arbitration and International Practice in Nigeria. (Johnson & Shasore-2011).

OLASUPO SHASORE (SAN)

Paul Onwuanibe began his career in the ‘built environment’ with a formal education in Architecture, Property Development and Construction Management, together with an MBA from the London Business School. Paul has over 20 years in the professional experience of design and execution of projects in Africa, USA and Europe. He served as Development Director with Beacon Housing, in UK.

Paul was the Executive with responsibility for the Property and Logistics team of Regus Plc during its rapid expansion years, which oversaw the opening of 190 business centres globally. His is now running Landmark Group - the company which he founded in 1997 and now successfully operates from offices across five continents.

Paul Ownuanibe

Prince Adesegun is a fellow member of the institute of Civil Engineers in Nigeria, a member of the Institute of Civil Engineers, United Kingdom and an incorporate member, Institute of Highway Engineers, United Kingdom.

He was the Managing Director of Waterfront and Tourism Development Corporation, Hon. Commissioner for Housing and also Hon. Commissioner for Waterfront Infrastructure Development respectively in Lagos State.

He is currently the Chairman& Founder, Main Festival Nigeria which was founded chiefly to encourage innovation, creativity and promote a “buy-Nigerian” culture among Nigerians.

Prince Adesegun Oniru