Fidelis Omozuapo

Previous Experience
  • Director of Operations, EMEA Region at IPSA International
  • Associate Director | Head, West and Central Africa, AEGIS Advisory at AEGIS Defence Services Ltd
  • Advisor, Great Lakes Region, at the International Development Office
  • Senior Business Aviation Consultant, Aviation & Allied Business at  Landover Aviation, Lagos
  • Deputy Parliamentary Secretary at House of Representatives, National Assembly, Abuja
Thought Leadership
  • Disruption Technology in Africa, British Council for Africa, 2016
  • Risks Associated with Doing Business in West Africa, Euromonitor International Conference, 2009
  • Yoruba, Hausa and Ibo (local Nigerian and Western African languages)

Fidelis Omozuapo

Associate Director

Fidelis is an Associate Director based in Exiger’s London office where he focuses on discreet intelligence gathering, network development, researching and high-level client briefings.

He has worked at very senior levels in the public and private sectors in Africa. Most notably, Fidelis led several international policy and regulatory meetings that focused on developing growth and risk strategies for the telecoms, extractives and financial services sectors.

Fidelis Omozuapo joined Exiger from IPSA International, where he was Director of Operations for the EMEA region. In this role, he focused on advising financial services institutions, corporates and HNWIs on the opportunities and risks of doing business in Africa.

Before this, Fidelis was an Associate Director at AEGIS Advisory and head of their West & Central Africa Section. During his time at AEGIS, he led a high-level investigation to determine the predicate crimes for money laundering and terrorist financing in Nigeria for a regional regulatory body focused on anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing. He also undertook several ISPS intelligence surveys at the LNG terminal on Bonny Island for various insurance firms in London.

Fidelis has also worked for the International Development Office, Lambeth Palace, where he served as an advisor on the Great Lakes region and West Africa. Before that he was a Business Aviation Advisor at Landover Aviation in Lagos and was a Deputy Parliamentary Secretary at the House of Representatives Committee on Communications at the National Assembly in Abuja, Nigeria. Whilst there, he participated in drafting key regulatory frameworks for the country’s first GSM license bidding rounds.

  • University of Westminster, M.A. Diplomatic Studies
  • University of Ibadan, B.A. (Honours) Philosophy