Against the Odds with Peace Hyde EP02 hosts Toyin Sanni

Toyin Sanni is a lawyer, chartered secretary, stockbroker and author with over 30 years’ experience in senior management positions in investor services, law and finance. But her rise to the top of the Nigerian finance sector has not been without its fair share of drama. In this episode of Against The Odds, she shares her remarkable journey rising to the top of the extremely male dominated industry.
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