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rahim thawer

CEO

Rahim is a Co-founder and Director of EGX Securities Ltd (UK), an alternative investment Proprietary Trading Firm with US$750M of its own capital focused on trading large to small capitalization European and African Securities with asset allocation across 3 independent funds originating in various jurisdictions. 

Rahim is also a partner and advisor to EGX Credit Liquidity Ltd (UK), a Credit Fund Entity that focuses exclusively on internal credits & corporate credit facilities for various company engagements such as banks, insurance companies, brokerages, proprietary trading funds, margin funds, etc with exposure of over US$550M. Previously, Rahim was a managing partner at a Venture Capital and Private Equity Firm with a secondary market portfolio of Bloom Energy, Facebook, LinkedIn, Netflix, Tesla Motors, Zynga, etc. Rahim is also a founder and investor in a Securities and Derivatives OTC Bilateral Trading Platform referencing African Securities with a Daily Trade Volume of US$33M with over 82 Institutional Funds engaged through Proprietary Trading Strategies.

Rahim is also a trustee of Social & Economic Development for Africa (USA), a Donor Advised Fund geared towards creating synergistic solutions to eradicate poverty and enhance human lives in Africa. Rahim attended Mercer University and majored in Industrial Systems Engineering with a minor in Physics. He also serves on the board of director for a number of companies and also serves in an advisory capacity to a few investment funds. 

OLUSOJI ELIAS esq.,

general COUNSEL

Olusoji Elias was called to the Nigeria Bar in 1985, having read law at the University of London (LLB Honours LSE 1984; postgraduate legal research UCL 1996), and at the University of Hull (LLM with Distinction 1986; best performing candidate), and The Hague Academy (1989). He is the author of Judicial Remedies in the Conflict of Laws (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2001, with a Foreword by the Rt. Hon. The Lord Wilberforce PC CMG OBE QC), as well as many peer-reviewed articles, reviews and commentary in leading law journals.

He was previously a senior lawyer in a firm in Nigeria between 2001 and 2005, serving for example as a leading local counsel in an international consortium mandated by the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to privatise the downstream subsector of the local oil and gas sector, among several other major privatizations conducted within the World Bank Guidelines; as a member of the Technical Committee of the Central Bank of Nigeria to advise as to the consolidation of the local banking industry via M&A; and as leading counsel in the defence of a local bank involved in large-scale cross-border banking litigation; as well as in several top-tier international arbitrations under the ICC Paris Rules. He also led numerous capitalisations, private placements, IPOs, re-structurings, issuances and other financings and financial law items during this time, including an experts' delivery broadcast on national television.

Between 1990 and 1999, he was a law lecturer in English university and vocational legal education, often in CPD formats (giving, among several items, the Autumn Lecture of the Society for Advanced Legal Studies of the University of London in November 2000 (as an Associate Fellow thereof), titled Globalisation and Private International Law- Reviewing Contemporary Local Law), as well as a consulting expert to solicitors' firms in London. His range has covered cutting-edge topics including globalisation and law, competition law and policy in reference to transnational corporate finance, the professions, and several others.

He is a member of several lawyers' professional organisations and associations, including the Inner Temple, the IBA, the Commonwealth Lawyers Association, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and the Association of Attenders and Alumni of The Hague Academy of International Law and its Professional Lawyers' Intergroup. Olusoji Elias was elected to the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) in October 2007. He divides his time between Nigeria and the U.K.

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