Baker Tilly in Nigeria announces new Senior partner 2023

Nov 6, 2023

Mr. Mark Edesiri Ariemuduigho, who has been the Senior Partner of Baker Tilly Nigeria since 2020 retired from the partnership and the firm with effect from 5 September 2023 when he attained the mandatory retirement age of 65. Mark had worked in the firm for almost 4 decades.

Oluwole Olatunde Ogundeji (Wole) succeeds Mark as the Senior Partner of the firm in which category he leads all the operations of Baker Tilly Nigeria, a firm with 4 operational locations and with a staff strength of over 160 committed people in its employment. In 2004 Wole was admitted into the Partnership of Oyelami Soetan Adeleke & Co. which merged with Aneni Dairo & Co. in 2008 to become Baker Tilly Nigeria. He has been serving clients for over 3 decades before attaining the position of Senior Partner.

He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN). He is also an Associate member of the Business Recovery and Insolvency Practitioners Association of Nigeria (BRIPAN), a member of the Forum of ICAN Members in Practice (MIP) and the secretary of the Small and Medium-sized Practitioners.

Wole strongly values the power of fostering meaningful relationships and engaging in impactful conversations. He believes in seizing present opportunities while actively preparing for the future's challenges and possibilities. Essentially, his aim is to lay the foundation for a better tomorrow by continuously updating and adapting, remaining attuned to clients' needs and being responsive. His aspiration is to guide the firm in leveraging opportunities within the Nigerian market and to fortify its reputation as a provider of top-notch professional services that meet and exceed clients' expectations, both domestically and globally.