N.C.E. 1999, B.Sc.2004, M.Sc.2010, CCNA, ACIIN





Profile Summary

Joshua Solomon Adeyele is a Lecturer in Department of Actuarial Science, University of Benin, Nigeria, from November 2014 to Date. He started his tertiary education at Federal College of Education Zaria where he obtained N.C.E (Mathematics & Geography) with upper credits. His love for mathematics took him to Ahmadu Bello University Zaria and University of Lagos where he obtained B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Actuarial Science, respectively. He was a pioneer staff in the Department of Actuarial Science, Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) where he taught core courses in Actuarial Science for over six years. Adeyele was not only the brain behind the introduction of B.Sc. Insurance Programme in addition to already existing B.Sc. Actuarial Science of Joseph Ayo Babalola University but also designed the first Insurance Synopsis used for its accreditation in 2009 by National University Commission (NUC). He has also taught the following courses in Actuarial Science and Insurance Programmes of the university: Basic Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics, Business Statistics, Economics for Actuaries, Numerical Analysis, Theory of Interest, Life Contingencies, Risk Theory, Economics of Insurance, Element of Insurance, Insurance of Persons, General Insurance, Life & Health Insurance, Entrepreneurial Development and Risk Management. Asides from academic experience, Adeyele has administrative work experience within and outside university. He has held the following positions: College Time Table Officer, June 2014 to November, 2014; Chairman, College Lectures/Examinations Time Table Committee, JABU from 5th January, 2012 to June, 2014; Secretary, Departmental Course Synopsis Reviewing Committee, JABU from 2008 to November, 2014; Deputy Chairman of College Lectures/Examinations Time Table Committee, JABU from 1st November 2011 to 5th January,2012; Member of College Lectures/Examinations Time Table Committee, JABU from 2010 to 1st November 2012; Member of College Information Technology, JABU from 2009 to November, 2014.


Actuarial Science and Insurance with special reference to: (1) Mathematics of Finance; (2) Actuarial mathematics (Life insurance mathematics); (3) Pension and other employees’ benefits; (4) Survival models; (5) Risk management, and (6) Life & health insurance.


1. Adeyele, J.S. & Igbinosa, S.O. (2015). Replacement ratios: Modelling the retirement income adequacy for university employees. LAPAI Journal of Management and Social & Sciences, 8(1) (forthcoming) 

2. Adeyele, J.S. & Igbinosa, S.O. (2015). Models and computations of accumulated funds of defined contribution. Advances in Management, 14(1) (forthcoming)

3. Adeyele, J.S. (2015). Retirement income security options and uncertain lifetimes of university employees in South-West Nigeria.  Sokoto Journal of the Social Sciences, 5(1), 98-110 (UDUS, Nigeria).

4. Adeyele, J.S. & Iyilade, Y.O. (2015). Retirement Risks of Defined Contribution in Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Development Studies, (forthcoming)

5. Adeyele, J.S & Imouokhome, E.O. (2014). Determinants of annuity market development: A review. LAPAI Journal of Management and Social & Sciences, 7(2) (forthcoming) 

6. Adeyele, J.S & Imouokhome, E.O. (2014).Decision to annuitise and annuity market development: a study of selected university employees in South-West Nigeria. Journal of Economics and Development Studies,   (KASU, Nigeria)

7. Adeyele, J.S. (2014).Civil servants’ lifestyles and health care use pattern: Evidence from 

Akure Metropolis. African Journal of International Development, 8(1) (Forthcoming) (O.A.U, Nigeria)

8. Adeyele, J.S (2014). Risk Exposures and Mitigation Method: The Experience of   NURTW in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. Babcock Journal of Economics, Banking and Finance. 3(1) ( Babcock University, Nigeria)

9. Adeyele, J.S & Imouokhome, E.O. (2014). Reward system, employees’ satisfaction and job retention in selected insurance companies. Advances in Management, 13(1), 1-17. (UNILORIN, Nigeria)

10. Adeyele, J.S.  & Yusuff, Y.S.  (2012). Effect of Teaching Method, Choice of Discipline and Student-Lecturer Relationship on Academic Performance. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development, 3(7), 1-7 (UK)

11. Adeyele, J.S. & Maiturare, M.N. (2012). Solvency of Pension Reform: Issues and challenges of accumulation phase of retirements in Nigeria. Canadian Social Science, 8(2), 90-95.

12. Adeyele, J.S. & Maiturare, M.N. (2012). Repositioning the Nigerian Insurance Industry for Sustainable Development. European Journal of Business and Management, 4(5), 22-30.(UK) 

13. Fashagba, M.O. & Adeyele, J.S. (2011).  The Motivating Influence of Pension on Employees. LAPAI Journal of Management Sciences.2(1),  57-63 (IBBU, Nigeria)

14. Adeyele, J.S (2011). Knowledge and Perception of Actuarial Science among the Academics and Students: Evidence from JABU. JABU International Journal of Social and Management Sciences, 3(1) (JABU, Nigeria)

15. Adeyele, J.S. (2011). Economic Liberation of Insurance Industry in Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Management Science. 3(5), 113 – 118 (Ghana)

16. Adeyele, J.S. (2011). Pension Reform Act 2004 and its Controversies: Repeating or Learning from Past Mistakes? Journal of Research in National Development. 9 (1), 216-221.(FUTO, Nigeria)

17. Adeyele, J.S. (2011). Mortality Patterns of Civil Servants in Nigeria: Its implications on Cost of Retirement Income. Germany: LAMBERT Academic Publishing.

18. Maiturare, M.N. & Adeyele, J.S. (2010). Pension benefits and longevity risks of the Nigerian baby boomers. Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences. 1(2), 81-89.(Scholarlink Research Institute,  UK)

19. Adeyele, J.S. & Adelakun, O.J. (2010). Controversy between financial economics and traditional actuarial approach to pension funding.  Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences. 1(1),1-5 (Scholarlink Research Institute, UK)

20. Mojekwu, J.N. & Adeyele, J.S. (2010). Mortality Patterns of Civil Servants and its Implication on Pension Reform Schemes in Nigeria. Journal of Research in National Development. 8(1), 34-36 (FUTO, Nigeria)



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