Daniel Monehin

Country: Nigeria

Daniel Monehin, FCA, FCPA, CPA, became a member of the IFAC Professional Accountants in Business Advisory Group in January 2016. He was nominated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria.

Mr. Monehin leads MasterCard’s business across Sub-Saharan Africa as Division President.

In this role, he is primarily focused on establishing MasterCard’s brand presence, deploying innovative solutions, and partnering with governments and market regulators. He also heads Financial Inclusion for International Markets for MasterCard. Mr. Monehin started his MasterCard career in 2006 when he led the finance function at MasterCard Canada in Toronto as Vice President and Regional Finance Officer. Prior to joining MasterCard, he held senior finance roles at Hewlett-Packard and Ashland Inc. He has more than 24 years of finance, consulting, and business management experience spanning banking, manufacturing and distribution, hi-tech, and payment industries.

In 2008, Mr. Monehin was appointed to serve on the Strategic and Risk Management Committee of the Certified Management Accountants, Ontario (now Chartered Professional Accountants, Ontario). He is the recipient of the Fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (FCPA) designation, a national award of distinction.

Mr. Monehin received a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Queen's University, Ontario, Canada, and a Bachelor of Science (Honors) degree in Accounting from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. He has earned the Chartered Professional Accountant, Canada (CPA), the Certified Public Accountant, US (CPA), and Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (FCA) designations.


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