Innocent Omoboye

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Innocent Omoboye


Innocent heads Pause Factory’s Risk management and Business Continuity Practice. He has led and coordinated multiple Business continuity management system planning and implementation assignments in his prior life as a Banker. Prior to joining Pivot, he was the Group Head, Operational Risk and Business Continuity Management. His stint in Banking also saw him worked in Standard Chartered in areas of Banking operations, operational risk management, Business continuity management and processes improvement. He also worked in two other Banks.


Innocent cut his professional teeth by starting his career with the then firm of Arthur Andersen (Now KPMG Professional Services). He is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria and the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria. He Passed the Qualifying Examination of Disaster Recovery Institute, International in 2010. He is a senior Associate of the Risk Managers Association of Nigeria in addition to the following certifications and Licences:

ISO45001(Occupational Health & Safety) Lead Implementer – PCEB-2018

COBIT.5 Foundation – 2018

Cyber Security Lead Manager-PCEB – 2016

ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Implementer – BSI- 2016

Senior Associate, Risk Managers Association of Nigeria 2013

ISO 22301 Lead Auditor Certificate – BSI -2013

Certified Risk Analyst (CRI) –  International Financial Academy- 2011

Certified Trainer on Microfinance-ADB/World Bank Training Institute -2008

Member, Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP)

IDEAL Certified (A Standard Chartered Process Improvement Methodology Certification) -2006

CSA (Credit Skill Assessment) Certification of Omega Performance lnt’l. -2004


 Listed below are some of his professional accomplishment in area of risk management and Business continuity management.

·      Thought-led and coordinated the maiden bottom-up formal enterprise-wide risk assessment exercise in FBN with the involvement of all MANCO members and the seniors of the Bank that produced the first formal risk register for the Bank.

·      Co-Led and coordinated the first formal holistic Business continuity/Disaster recovery documentation and test in FBN and its subsequent refinement and continuous improvement and certification.

·      Year on year leading the First bank team in the maintenance of the following global certifications: Information Security Management System Certification (ISMS); Business Continuity Management Systems Certifications (BCMS) and the Payment Card Industry Data Security (PCIDS) certification

·      Successfully Led the First bank team to transit from the BS 25999 certification to the global certification of ISO22301 (also making Firstbank the First Banking Institution to achieve the certification

·      Led the FirstBank team to achieve the Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS) BS25999 Certification awarded by the British Standard Institution (BSI) making Firstbank the First Nigeria Institution to achieve such feat.

·      At First Bank, I proposed and got approval for the Business partnership model of operational risk management that brought about the creation of 12 Business Operational Risk groups (BORGs) with complementing resources of Business Operational Risk Managers (BORMs) which facilitated effective Businesses and Functions ownership, management and accountability for operational risk. Also coordinated and drove its embedment across First Bank and her subsidiaries

·      Spearheaded and got approval for the Risk types and Risk Type Owner (RTO) practice for inclusion in FBN enterprise-wide risk management framework. This entails identifying and saddling an appropriate member of the senior management team as the owner of the assigned key risk and s/he is responsible for developing the Bank’s program for managing and controlling that risk to acceptable level. These owners set the minimum requirement standards and firm-wide policies