About Our Firm

GRAYWORTH Associate Ltd was incorporated under the COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 1990 on the 9th day of January 2018, We are classified by Central Bank of Nigeria as a member of the ‘Designated Non-Financial Institutions’ Supervised, Monitored and Regulated by Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment through Special Control Unit Against Money Laundering (SCUML) a Department under the Economic Financial Crime Control (EFCC) in line with the AML/TPA Act 2011 and DFNI Act 2013 and 2016 as amended


To be a one-stop centre where individuals and corporate
future goals are achieved in a timely and cost-effective way


To build an ageing friendly world aided with innovative
products and services

Values – RISTORE

Respect for Individual



Transparency and Trustworthiness


Reassurance and Responsiveness


Who We Are

Our Story

GRAYWORTH seek to help individuals, groups and corporate entities meets future financial goals while leveraging on the experience of our founder’s and directors.
Populations are aging in all countries. People aged 60 years or more are projected to increase from 629 million of 2015 and over 900 million of 2020 to nearly 2 billion by 2050. Already, two-thirds of the world’s older people live in developing countries. (United Nations Population Division, 2002).

In most developing countries, where no more than 20 per cent of the labour force is included in regular social security systems, retirement is a luxury few older people can afford. Even if the formal sector requires them to retire, insufficient transfer of incomes force many older workers to continue working in the informal economy as long as possible. The elderly population
in the informal sector are less or not considered in government policies or schemes expect for political gains.

A greater percentage of them; 46.4%, resorts to private business, 31% depends on family security (i.e. children), 19% on farming, and 31% on charity. About 40 per cent of people above 64 in Africa and about 25 per cent in Asia are still in the labour force, mostly in the agricultural sector, whereas this rate in the more developed parts of the world is less than 10 per cent.
Hence, GRAYWORTH is prepared to be a company with difference among non-banking service companies in Nigeria to take up the challenge of alleviating old age poverty, bridging societal demographic gap against the older population, institute and implement financial cushion system aided with innovative products and services.
As we grow we strongly hope to metamorphous into a stronger, efficient and formidable Pension Fund Administrator, Asset management or investment management company in a short while

Our Team

Board Members & Management Team

Fatoye, Ademola Paul

Fatoye, Ademola Paul

Founder & CEO

Mr. Abiodun S. Akanji

Mr. Abiodun S. Akanji

Board Chairman

Oluseyi Kalesanwo

Oluseyi Kalesanwo

Financial Risk Analyst

Abigail Temilolu Ademola

Abigail Temilolu Ademola


Oluwasanmi Timothy Olanrewaju

Oluwasanmi Timothy Olanrewaju


Mrs. Janet Titilayo Akinyemi

Mrs. Janet Titilayo Akinyemi

Board Member

Mr. Tapgol Ching-yin

Mr. Tapgol Ching-yin

Board Member

Omolere M. Ola (B.Sc, M.Sc, LLB, BI)

Omolere M. Ola (B.Sc, M.Sc, LLB, BI)


“Enthusiastically engage performance based models through extensible relationships. Holisticly synergize empowered opportunities before error-free.”

Gbenga Joshua

“Progressively revolutionize enterprise-wide imperatives via web-enabled catalysts for change. Objectively drive error-free technology through.”

Kolawole Olaniyan

“Globally foster client-centered bandwidth vis-a-vis stand-alone results. Appropriately engage functionalized communities and parallel experiences.”

Patricia Nwankwo


Our Clients Are Like Family

We value all our esteemed clients that is why they have such good things to say about our business.

Contact Us

Get in touch with us today for a financial stable future.


(+234)807 314 1998

A221, Grayworth House, Mai-Uke off old Suleja-Abuja Road, Dakwa, Niger State

M-F: 8am-5pm, S-S: Closed

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