Ms Boyede holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the University of Pretoria; a post-graduate Diploma in Business Administration and an MBA from the Gordon Institute of Business Science. She recently added certification as a fibre optics installer to her diversified qualifications.
Ms Boyede, has left the world of banking to found the Tigris Investment Group, a group that seeks to deliver value by utilising management consulting, strategic advisory as well as supporting execution of large-scale projects for medium to large enterprises through the installation of optic fibre in this digital evolution era. Tigris include services of strategic formulation and implementation, Brand and Marketing, Human resources strategy formulation and organisational and facilitation in various capacities and disciplines
Before venturing out on her own, Ms Boyede was BancABC's Chief of Strategy and Business Enablers.She began her 16- year financial services career as an analyst at Accenture Consulting.
This was followed by appointment as a process engineer at Nedbank financial services. From there she moved to ABSA where she began as an internal consultant and grew to the position of Chief Administration Officer of ABSA Capital. She also served on the Executive Committee in the role of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).
In addition to these duties she was the Executive responsible for Marketing and Corporate Communications: Corporate and ABSA Wealth; Corporate and Social Investment in ABSA Capital; Corporate and ABSA Wealth; and Procurement Management in ABSA Capital. She also served as an alternative Chair of the Human Capital Committee.
Prior to that she was Associate Director for strategy and planning during a uniquely challenging integration in Absa Capital and seconded to Barclays Strategy and Planning in London. Her most recent role before she joined BancABC, was a Group executive at UBank where she was responsible for Corporate Strategy, Programme Office and Business Development.
She served as a member of Ubank Social and Ethics Board Committee and within various Exco governance subcommittees, including Enterprise wide risk management, ALCO, investment committee. She was also a Chair of the Strategic Programme Office Steerco.