Jubril Adeojo is the Co-founder/Chief Operating Officer at OneWattSolar Limited (OWATTS), a deep and clean tech company operating across Sub-Saharan Africa. Jubril led the consortium that set up the $100million Nigeria-Green Energy Fund programme that is backed by the African Guarantee Fund.
He has professional experience spanning over 14 years in Nigeria banking system covering project finance, corporate finance, SME banking, financial inclusion, audit and strategy planning. On need basis, he advises several multi-lateral development institutions on climate finance and green economy matters in line with the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) of different African countries under the Paris Agreement for Climate Change.
Jubril is a certified climate impact finance expert from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. He holds a PhD in development finance and community development from the Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management; MSc Strategic Finance from Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom; and BA Business Administration from the University of Hertfordshire.
He is a Senior fellow at the Trans4m Center for Integral Development, Switzerland; Research Associate at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa; a member of Faculty of Green Bond Course of the United Nations University – Ghana; a member of the Faculty of Green Bond Course at X-Academy of Nigeria Stock Exchange Group; a pioneer member of the Financial Centre for Sustainability, Lagos (LC4S).