Onafowokan Oluyombo

Dr. Onafowokan Oluyombo

Dr. Oluyombo is an Associate Professor with the School of Management and Social Sciences, Pan-Atlantic University. He is a Chartered Accountant and holds a PhD from the Department of Accounting and Finance, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom where he won the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria PhD Research Grant.

Prior to joining PAU, he was with Redeemer’s University for 10 years where he won the Best Academic staff of the year in 2012, and the Vice-Chancellor Hero Award in 2009. He also served as the Editor of the University Journal of Management and Social Sciences. He edited two international books namely: Cooperative Finance in Developing Economies (2012); and Cooperative and Microfinance Revolution (2013). He had over 10 years industry experience before joining the academia..

Dr. Oluyombo teaches Financial Accounting and Cost Accounting. His other areas of expertise are Research methodology, Financial inclusion, Rural and Micro finance.

Publications

A. Articles in Learned Journals

1. Oluyombo, O. O. (2004) Financial Empowerment of Female Entrepreneurs in Nigeria. Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 25-31.

2. Oluyombo, O. O. (2005) Interest Free Banking in Nigeria: The Way Forward. The Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp 37-47.

3. Oluyombo, O. O. (2005) Regulatory Framework for Interest Free Banking in Nigeria. Journal of Banking, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp 29-53.

4. Oluyombo, O. O. and Ogundimu, M. K. (2006) Microfinance as a Strategy for Poverty Alleviation in Nigeria. Journal of Business Management, Vol. 1 No 1, pp 71-79.

5. Oluyombo, O. O. (2007) Developing Microfinance Banking in Nigeria. Babcock Journal of Management and Social Sciences, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp 126-134.

6. Oluyombo, O. O. (2007) Regulatory and Supervisory Framework for Microfinance Institutions in Nigeria. Euro-Mediterranean Economics and Finance Review, Vol. 2 No. 3, pp 301-308.

7. Oluyombo, O. O. and Ogundimu, M. K. (2007) Financial Industry Reform and the Capital Base Question in Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Management Review, Vol. 2 No. 1, pp 189-199.

8. Oluyombo, O. O. (2007) Funding of Small Scale Enterprises: The Microfinance Option. Ilorin Journal of Business and Social Sciences, Vol. 12 No. 1, pp 1-9.

9. Oluyombo, O. O. and Ikomi, F. M. (2008) The Nigerian Banking Sector Regulation and Economic Development. Journal of Business Management, Vol. 2 No. 1 & 2, pp 83-96.

10. Oluyombo, O. O. and Olabisi, J. B. (2008) Risk Management in Microfinance Institutions. Journal of Applied Economics, Vol. 1 No. 1, pp 104-112.

11. Oluyombo, O. O. (2010) Assessing the Impact of Savings and Credit Cooperatives Among Monthly Income Earners. Journal of Research in National Development, Vol. 8, No 2b, pp 407-415.

12. Oluyombo, O. O. (2011) The Impact of Microfinance Bank Credits on Economic Development of Nigeria (1992 – 2006) International Journal of Development and Management Review, Vol. 6 No. 1, . pp. 139-150.

13. Oluyombo, O. (2011) Impact of Informal Microfinance on Rural Enterprises. Journal of Research in National Development, Vol. 9, No. 1b, pp. 258-264.

14. Oluyombo, O. (2013) Impact of Cooperative Finance on Household Income Generation. DLSU Business and Economic Review. Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 53-65.

15. Oluyombo, O. (2013) The Role of Co-operative Loans in Rural Finance: Evidence from Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Co-operative Studies. Vol. 46. No. 1, pp. 5-15.

16. Oluyombo, O. (2013) Impact of Cooperative Societies Savings Scheme in Rural Finance: Some Evidence from Nigeria. Economic Review – Journal of Economics and Business, Vol. XI, Issue 1, pp. 77-88.

17. Oluyombo, O. (2013) The Role of Cooperative Societies on Standard of Living in Ogun State, Nigeria. ICAN Journal of Accounting and Finance. Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 133-142.

18. Oluyombo, O. (2013) Household Assets and Rural Finance in Nigeria. Applied Economics Journal. Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 55-74.

19. Aina, S. and Oluyombo, O. (2014) The Economy of Financial Inclusion in Nigeria: Theory, Practice and Policy. CIBN Occasional Papers Series. Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. i-32.

20. Oluyombo, O. (2014) Co-operative Society Finance and Socio-economic Well-being of Participants’ Children. Journal of Banking. Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 77-92

21. Oluyombo, O. (2014) Talent Management in Nigerian Banks. Bank Quest. Vol. 85, No. 3, pp. 132-138

 

B. Published Conference Proceedings

22. Oluyombo, O. O. (2010) Assessment of Rural Sustainable Development by Microfinance Banks in Nigeria. IESD PhD Conference: Energy and Sustainable Development. pp. 126-137. (Leicester)

23. Oluyombo, O. O. (2013) The Impact of Informal Microfinance on Enterprise Financial Crises. Conference on Coping with Crisis: Re-evaluating the Role of Crises in Economic and Social History. pp. 33 (Durham)
C. Chapters in Books

24. Oluyombo, O. O. (2012) The Place of Cooperatives in Nigerian Microfinance. In O. O. Oluyombo, ed. Cooperative Finance in Developing Economies. Lagos: Soma Prints Limited, pp. 81-95.

25. Oluyombo, O. O. (2012) Introduction. In O. O. Oluyombo, ed. Cooperative Finance in Developing Economies. Lagos: Soma Prints Limited, pp. 1-7.

26. Oluyombo, O. O. and Jallow, K. (2013) Do Informal Microfinance Loans Meet the Financial Needs of Rural Dwellers? In O. O. Oluyombo, ed. Cooperative and Microfinance Revolution. Lagos: Soma Prints Limited, pp. 129-141

27. Oluyombo, O. O. (2013) Cooperative and Microfinance: Any Revolution? In O.
O. Oluyombo, ed. Cooperative and Microfinance Revolution. Lagos: Soma Prints Limited, pp. 1-8

 

D. Edited Books
28. Oluyombo, O. O. (2012) Cooperative Finance in Developing Economies. Lagos: Soma Prints Limited.

29 Oluyombo, O. O. (2013) Cooperative and Microfinance Revolution. Lagos: Soma Prints Limited.

E. Authored Books

30. Oluyombo, O. O. (2004) Non-Interest (Islamic) Banking: Principles and Practice. Lagos: Kings & Queen Associates.

31 Oluyombo, O. O. (2004) Financial Accounting With Ease. Lagos: Kings & Queen Associates

32 Oluyombo, O. O. (2006) Fundamentals of Finance, Money and Banking. Lagos: Vival-O & Associates.

33. Oluyombo, O. O. (2011) Research Companion for Students and Professional. Ogun: Treasure Land Academy.
F. Technical Reports

34. Oluyombo, O. O; Mohanty, B. P. and Lambert, S (2008) United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Youth Peer Education Evaluation Report for Serbia. Being the outcome of the evaluation conducted in Serbia. January 21-25.
35. Mohanty, B. P. and Oluyombo, O. O. (2008) United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Youth Peer Education Evaluation Report for Egypt. Being the outcome of the evaluation conducted in Egypt. January 27-29.
36. Debattista, J. and Oluyombo, O. O. (2008) United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Youth Peer Education Evaluation Report for Turkey. Being the outcome of the evaluation conducted in Turkey. January 30 – February 2.
37. Oluyombo, O. O. (2012) Redeemer’s University. Assessing the Impact of Informal Microfinance on Socio-economic Wellbeing of Rural Dwellers in Ogun State, Nigeria. Being the outcome of the research conducted in 2011-2012.

G. Book Review

38. Non-Interest (Islamic) Banking: Principles and Practice. This Day newspaper, March 22, 2004
39. Non-Interest (Islamic) Banking: Principles and Practice. ICAN Students’ Journal. October/December 2004. Page 23
40. Financial Accounting With Ease. 2nd Edition. Tell Magazine. July 2, 2007 Page 11

Conferences / Workshops/ Courses Attended

1. Oluyombo, O. O. and Ogundimu, M. K. (2006) Nigeria Financial Industry Reforms and the Capital Base Question. International Conference on Structural Reforms and Management of Financial Institutions in Nigeria. Organised by Department of Banking and Finance. Olabisi Onabanjo University. Nigeria. March 15 – 17.

2. Oluyombo, Onafowokan (2007) “Regulatory and Supervisory Framework for Microfinance Institutions in Nigeria. 4th International Finance Conference.
Organised by Universite de Cergy-Pontoise, France, ISC School of Management, Paris, Thema; Universite De Sfax, Tunisia and University of 7 November,
Tunisia. March 15 -17.

3. Training of Trainers of the Microfinance Certification Program by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) and Ateneo De Manila University, Philippines. Nov. 23, 2009 – Dec. 11, 2009.

4. Oluyombo, Onafowokan (2010) “Impact of Informal Microfinance on Rural Enterprises” Accounting and Finance PhD Seminar. Organised by Department of Accounting and Finance. De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom, May 18.

5. Oluyombo, Onafowokan (2010) “Assessment of Rural Sustainable Development by Microfinance Banks in Nigeria” IESD PhD Conference: Energy and Sustainable Development. Organised by Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom, May 21.

6. Research Methods Workshop on Experimental Design for Savings and Payments Research. Economic Policy Research Centre, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. June 20 – 23, 2013.

7. Evidence on Innovations in Savings and Payments Conference. Speke Resort, Munyonyo, Uganda. June 24 – 25, 2013.

8. Oluyombo, Onafowokan (2013) “Impact of Informal Microfinance on Enterprise Financial Crises. Conference on Coping with Crisis: Re-evaluating the Role of Crises in Economic and Social History. Organised by Durham University,
United Kingdom. July 26 -28.

9. National Workshop and Curriculum Development on the Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) in Nigerian Universities. Organised by National Universities Commission and White Knight Consulting, Abuja, May 12 – 14, 2014