NASS, NESG and Development Partners hold crucial Business Environment Roundtable

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Monday, March 21, 2016 7.34AM / Proshare Business

The 8TH National Assembly in partnership with the ENABLE-DFID and GEMS3 programmes, the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) and the Nigeria Bar Association – Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL) holds today, the inaugural National Assembly Business Environment Roundtable (NASSBER) at Room 0.026, Senate New Building, National Assembly Complex, Three Arms Zone, Abuja between 9.ooam and 3.oopm.

The National Assembly Business Environment Roundtable is a platform designed to ensure that through research and advocacy, the Private Sector, Legislature and Executive engage to promote relevant and sound public policy.  

As part of the activities leading up to the inaugural NASSBER, a Business Environment Legislative Review was conducted and the final peer reviewed report was submitted to the National Assembly on 29th February 2016; which identified institutional, regulatory and legal instruments currently constraining and impeding business activity in Nigeria.  

The findings and recommendations of the Business Environment Legislative Review Report provides a framework for the assessment and improvement of legislation and policy affecting businesses in Nigeria and will direct the deliberations at the first NASSBER Event. 

Proshare is actively interested in this engagement as it offers the best posiible chance of improvements in business regulations and policies that will validate the desire to diversify and boost current economic activities.

Anchors of the initiative are the Research Analyst and Anchor Governance and Institutions Policy Commission of The Nigerian Economic Summit Group Ltd/Gte

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