IIRIS opens Nigeria Office with Satyagopal Bhanja as CEO

IIRIS, the new age digital and risk consulting firm, has opened an office in Lagos, Nigeria. IIRIS pioneers new-age solutions blending technological and human interventions and this strategic expansion will facilitate welcoming of top solutions for the Nigerian market. IIRIS’s Nigeria office will be part of the Gulf & Africa Region of IIRIS operations. The region is headed by Ms. Sagarika Chakraborty who commented that this is just the first office in Africa for IIRIS and there is likely to be strong growth in the region with more offices planned in the region.

Leading this venture as CEO of IIRIS Nigeria is Satyagopal Bhanja, a seasoned professional with over two decades of experience in risk management and corporate governance. His appointment underscores IIRIS’s dedication to providing top-tier leadership and expertise to its operations in Nigeria. “We are thrilled to establish our presence in Nigeria, a market brimming with potential”, stated Satyagopal Bhanja, CEO of IIRIS Nigeria.

At the heart of IIRIS’s offerings is its mission to revolutionise risk consultancy through cutting-edge digital technologies. By leveraging solutions such as artificial intelligence, IIRIS aims to transform the risk and security management landscape, offering tailored solutions to meet the specific needs of Nigerian businesses. “With Nigeria embracing digital transformation, IIRIS is well-positioned to become the go-to resource for forward-thinking risk management solutions”, added Satyagopal Bhanja

In addition to serving businesses, IIRIS is committed to supporting Nigeria’s future leaders by fostering partnerships with educational institutions. Through initiatives focused on digital literacy and innovation, IIRIS aims to empower the next generation of Nigerian leaders to navigate complex risk landscapes with confidence.

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