Group Head, Securities Dealing
B.Sc Business Administration; MBA

Mrs. Sorae is a Fixed Income expert with experience in Fixed Income Trading, Portfolio Management, and Operational Management. As the Group Head of Securities Dealing at Coronation Merchant Bank since August 2015, Mrs. Sorae’s responsibilities include ensuring and managing the solvency of the bank, market and liquidity risks, profitable investments, and facilitating the development and implementation of activities to contribute to the business’s market share, annual revenue and growth targets.

She commenced her career after participating in the traineeship programme at the Access Bank School of Banking Excellence in May 2006. Thereafter, Mrs. Sorae became Head, Assistant Branch Operations, and in April 2007, she was appointed to lead the Fixed Income Department of Access Bank Plc. From there, she was transferred to the Corporate Finance Unit of the Bank in January 2011. Mrs. Sorae joined Dunn Loren Merrifield in March 2011 as Head of Fixed Income Sales and Trading, where she was responsible for setting up the fixed income unit, as it was a start-up investment banking firm at the time.

She has, at various times, participated in the Wharton Executive Education program undertaking courses on Investment Strategies and Portfolio Management. One of her notable achievements includes generating net income in excess of USD 2.0 million within the first year of Dunn Loren Merrifield operations, despite operating with limited balance sheet support and relatively low name recognition. Mrs. Sorae is also ACI certified (Association Cambiste Internationale).

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