Prince Lekan Fadina is an economist, scholar, management expert, educationalist, environmentalist and entrepreneur. He is a fellow, Institute of Management Consultants of Nigeria, Institute of Stockbrokers of Nigeria, Director, centre for Trade Practitioners, Fellow- World Innovation Foundation and Fellow- Institute of Sustainable Development Practitioners.
He has served in senior position in government and private sector including General Manager, Nigeria Stock Exchange, Chairman, Technical Team Presidential Initiative on Cassava Export, Consultant, African Business Roundtable and Member of African Roundtable. He also served on many Reviews, Panels and Commissions including Chairman- Review Panel on Lagos State Administration 1984, Presidential Panel on the Review of the Nigerian Capital Market 1996 and Privatization Committee.
Prince Fadina is well known globally for his interest in trade, capital market development, sustainable development, environment and public affairs. He has served as the Nigeria Country Director, World Business Council for Sustainable development, Member Adjudication Panel Prince of wales/Alcan Prize, the highest global prize on Sustainable Development and Co-Founder and Member West African Enterprise Network and African Capital Market Committee. A one time President, Nigerian- Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Treasurer Nigerian Japan Business Council, Director, American Graduate School in Paris Post- Graduate and Capacity Building Programmes for West Africa.
He is an alumnus of Harvard University Graduate School, United States of America, South- West London College, South- East University, London, Sundridge Management Centre, United Kingdom, British Institute of Finance and Investment England. He is researcher with degree of both graduate and post graduate levels.