Segun Agbaje Net Worth: $450,000 Dollars

Segun Agbaje net worth

Segun Agbaje is a Nigerian entrepreneur and banker with an estimated net worth of $450,000 dollars. He operates as the director on the Board of MasterCard in Africa and the Middle East, and Managing Director at Guaranty Trust Bank.

He was birthed as Olusegun Agbaje in 1964 to Chief Julius Kosebinu and Mrs Margaret Olabisi Agbaje. His parents were both literate persons as his Dad was a banker and his mother, a teacher.

He schooled at the St. Gregory's College, Obalende, Lagos State, Nigeria, and flew over to the United States of America to complete his tertiary education.

He is a graduate from the University of San Francisco, USA, with a B.Sc. in Accountancy and Master's Degree in Business Administration. Segun Agbaje is the younger brother to Jimi Agbaje, a Nigerian politician.

He (Segun) also studied at the Harvard Business School, where he learnt a lot about the rudiments of business development and management.

He didn't just become a top person in the banking system in Nigeria overnight, he started from someplace and gradually emerged a director and leader to look up to.

Segun began working at the Ernst & Young in San Francisco, and in 1991 travelled down to his country, Nigeria, where he started working as a staff at Guaranty Trust Bank, as the first set of employees by the banking system and organization.

He was a very prominent staff with the bank and witnessed most decisions ans innovations the organization made and implemented respectively back then. Segun worked really hard in the system and was promoted to the position of an executive director in the year 2000.

In 2002, he emerged Deputy Managing Director of the organization. Segun Agbaje was instrumental in the introduction and integration of both Valucard and Western Union money transfer gateways.

He was also a cornerstone who supported the bank to be listed as one of the companies on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange. The bank was both the first bank and company to feature on such list in history.