Olufunke is a Partner in the Private Clients & Multifamily Office Practice of Acuity Partners.

She leads its multifamily office, The Legacy Haus, which is the first African-focused Multifamily office tailored to cater to the unique needs of African families and individuals. With an unwavering commitment to preserving legacies and propelling wealth expansion, she plays a pivotal role that encompasses strategic planning, personalised advisory, and pioneering wealth and personal solutions.

With over 10 years of advisory experience, she specialises in working with families and business owners to navigate the intricate pathways of multi-generational wealth transfer and governance. As an experienced business integrity, compliance and corporate governance expert, she engages with clients to institute resilient family structures and constitute robust corporate governance frameworks. She provides dynamic advice which adeptly addresses compliance challenges and facilitates the smooth operations of businesses within Nigeria.

She is a trusted advisor to domestic and multinational companies. Through her journey, she has led diverse teams in conducting legal due diligence investigations and provided invaluable insights into M&A, Private Equity, and Corporate Restructuring across sectors ranging from FMCG and finance to technology, media, and agriculture. Her dedication extends to advocating for corporate rescue mechanisms aimed at resuscitating distressed companies.

Armed with an LLB from the University of Lagos and an LLM in business law from the University of Liverpool where she graduated with Merits, she has harnessed an abundance of practical experience honed through her tenure at leading commercial law firms. This experience enriches the depth of her contributions as she serves on boards and offers advisory services to emerging corporates, families & individuals.

Olufunke is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and has experience in Commercial Arbitration and Mediation. She has served as both Counsel and Registrar in Arbitration proceedings. She also currently leads the team of The Legacy Haus, the Firm’s Multifamily office business arm.

A fervent advocate for women’s empowerment, Olufunke is an engaged member of the Steering Committee for Women in the Profession (Nigerian Chapter), a distinguished initiative associated with the Cyrus R. Vance Centre for International Justice.