Tokunbo Talabi is the President/CEO of Superflux International Limited. He worked in Guaranty Trust Bank Plc (Nigeria) for several years and served as head of Financial Institution, Corporate Banking and Banking Operations. Tokunbo left the bank in 1998 to fill the then pressing gap in the provision of high quality secure instruments. He has since grown Superflux from a 2-man trading company at inception to over 250 employees in a full fledge ultra modern manufacturing facility in Nigeria and has become the market leader and leading service provider to major financial institutions, government agencies in Nigeria and several African countries. As part of business integration, he set up Speedyprints Limited, a pioneering business outsourcing concern and Papyrus Limited, a paper handling and envelope manufacturing company. A Ghana manufacturing subsidiary is also in operation. In addition to his regular schedules, Tokunbo is a prominent knowledge contributor and serves on the board of several companies and committees. He has been involved in various developmental programmes in Nigeria such as The Presidential weekly Business Forum, Clearing House System Automation Committee, Committee on National Cash Sorting Consortium Scheme, National Smart Card project etc. He is a mentor of some notable entrepreneurial initiatives in Nigeria including The FATE foundation (supported by the Ford Foundation) and Entrepreneurial Development Scheme (EDS) by the Lagos Business School under the aegis of Goldman Sachs . He is a very active philanthropist with special focus in educational upliftment. Superflux International Limited won the 2008 Legatum Pioneers of Prosperity Africa Awards for her remarkable business and development programmes.