Olusegun Vincent PhD, FCA, ACTI
Segun doubles as both a senior faculty in the School of Management & Social Sciences and Director of Academic Planning & Quality Assurance of the University. He holds a PhD in Applied Finance from Brunel University, London, MSc in Business & Financial Economics, University of Greenwich, London and Masters in Managerial Psychology from University of Ibadan, Ibadan. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and Associate member of Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN). His research interests cut across Sustainability, Strategy, Governance, Taxation and Finance. He currently consults for high profile institutions in both private and public sectors.
Prior to joining PAU, Segun was an adjunct lecturer in the Faculty of Administration, University of Lagos. He has over two and half decades of professional experience, having worked as an Audit Supervisor, Relationship Manager, Regional Risk Manager, Vice-President and Director in companies/institutions including Ernst & Young, Intercontinental Bank Plc (now Access Bank), Ecobank Plc, LeadCapital Plc, and Lagos State Economic Intelligence Unit respectively. His combined private and public sectors exposure made him a sought-after expert.
Vincent, O., Olaegbe, A. & Sobona, O. (2007). Fundamentals of Business Research Method. Lagos: Adeprinting and publishing
Vincent, O. & Evans, O. (2019). Can cryptocurrency, mobile phones, and internet herald sustainable financial sector development in emerging markets? Journal of Transnational Management, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/15475778.2019.1633170
Ikpesu, F., Vincent, O. & Dakare, O. (2019). Growth effect of trade and investment in sub-Saharan Africa countries: Empirical insight from panel corrected standard error (PCSE) technique. Cogent Economics & Finance, 7(1-13). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23322039.2019.1607127
Vincent, O., & Yusuff, K. (2019). Role of Industry Context in The Firm Environmental-Financial Performance Link: Evidence from the Extractive Sector. The Journal of Developing Areas, 54(1), DOI: http://doi.org/10.1353/jda.2020.0009
Okereke, C., Vincent, O. & Mordi, C. (2018), Determinants of Nigerian managers’ environmental attitude: Africa’s Ubuntu ethics versus global capitalism. Thunderbird International Business Review. 60: 577–590. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1002/tie.21974
Afolabi, A. & Vincent, O. (2015). Corporate Governance and Macro-environmental Influences in Sub-Sahara Africa: A literature Review. The Lagos Policy Review.
Saeed, A. & Vincent, O. (2012). Bank concentration and firm investment: Empirical evidence from India. Emerging Market Finance & Trade, 48(3): 89-110. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2753/REE1540-496X480305
Saeed, A., & Vincent, O. (2011). Obstacles to firm export: Insight from a developing country’. Journal of Transnational Management, 16: 204-220. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/15475778.2011.623964
Vincent, O., Ayios, A. & Al-Karaghouli, W. (2010). Environmental sustainability conducts and corporate performance in extractive sector. Brunel Business School Research Papers: Business and Management. http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4451
Papers in conference proceedings
Vincent, O. (2018) “Role of Industry Context in the Link Between Firms’ Environmental and Financial Performance: Evidence from Extractive Sector” proceeding of 8th International Conference on Trade, Business, Economics and Law, Cambridge, United Kingdom, July, 2018,
Vincent, O., Ayios, A. & Al-Karaghouli, W. (2011). An empirical evaluation of environmental performance and corporate networth: An extractive sector in perspective, proceeding of the 10thInternational Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Louisiana, USA, May 2011.
Vincent, O., Ayios, A. & Al-Karaghouli, W. (2010), ‘Environmental sustainability conducts and corporate performance in extractive sector’, proceeding of the 9th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, Zagreb, Croatia, April 2010.
2017: Vincent, O. & Okeke-ifi, C. A Business Diagnostic Review and Sustainable Business Model, submitted to Ecobank Development Corporation (EDC) Registrar.
2015: Vincent, O. Falling Oil Price and Implication for Lagos State 2015 Budget Implementation, Submitted to Lagos State Government.
2015: Vincent, O. Strategies for Unlocking N2.6 Trillion Yearly Informal Sector Tax Leakages in Lagos State, submitted to Lagos State Government.
Vincent, O., Ikpesu, F. & Dakare, O. (2019). Ethics and CSR practices for enduring corporate governance culture: In Agyemang, Ansong & Agyei-Mensah Corporate Governance Models and Applications in Developing Economies (Chapter 11). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-9607-3.ch011
Ikpesu, F., Vincent, O. & Dakare, O. (2019). Financial distress overview, determinants and sustainable remedial measures: Financial distress. In Agyemang, Ansong & Agyei-Mensah Governance Models and Applications in Developing Economies (Chapter 6). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-9607-3.ch006