Financing Agriculture Commodity Value Chain Workshop Rescheduled To November 22,2018

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018 8.40AM / Proshare WebTV 

 

The Financing Agriculture Commodity Value Chain workshop at the Nigeria Stock exchange has been rescheduled from October 1oth, 2018 to November 22nd, 2018. 

The workshop is a collaboration between the Nigerian Stock Exchange and Corporate Farmers International Ltd that will  bring key players from the agriculture sector together to share insights and practical tips for addressing topical issues in the market place. 

It will be concerned with the flow of funds to and within a value to meet the specific need of chain actors and players for finance in order to ensure food security, availability of input or produce and improved efficiency in the Global Agribusiness sector. 

The workshop is designed to enhance participants’ knowledge on how the value chain is linked enabling them to proactively contribute to the development of the Agriculture eco-system in-line with the renewed focus to diversify the Nation’s income base. 

The Objective of the Financing Agriculture Commodity Value Chain Training, include the following; 

1.Provide practical, evidence-based guidance to financial institutions and other stakeholders engaging in FACVC

2.Present a comprehensive picture of agriculture value chains so as to enable financial institution and other stakeholders to work with different segments of the value chain.

3.Describe the structure, relationships and drivers of an agriculture value chain

4.Shed light on the opportunities for profitable penetration and expansion into the market

 

Target Audience 

Target audience for the workshop include; 

1.Personnel on Agric Desks of Commercial Banks,

2.Finance Houses,

3.Ministries and Agencies,

4.Members of the Association of Stockbroking Houses of Nigeria,

5.Young Agro-entrepreneurs,

6.Agric Technology companies,

7.Commodity Traders,

8.Agric Departments of Higher Institutions,

9. Farm Managers

10.Trade association in the Agric value chain i.e Land owners for Farming.

 

The Scope of the Curriculum

The Workshop will cover several areas including: 

1. Understanding Agriculture Commodity Value Chain

2. Overview of Agriculture Finance from the Financial Industry and NSE perspectives

3.Trends in Agriculture Industrialisation

 

Payment

The workshop fee is N50,000.00 and payment, a pre-requisite for registration, must be made via Bank deposit or electronic transfer in favour of “The details below:

Bank: Guarantee Trust Bank Plc (GTB)

Account Name: The Nigeria Stock Exchange

Account number:0003483489.

 

Registration

Register by providing details (Name, phone number and email address) of the participant[s] to:

-Helen +2348033504507. x-academy@nse.com.ng

Please note that registration closes on November 21st 2018 or after maximum class size is achieved.

 

Facilitators

The Faculty for the workshop are seasoned resource persons, with requisite experience to lead discussion on the specified topics using tested and practical adult learning methodologies.

 

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