NBCC Breakfast Meeting to hold on February 20, 2020

Proshare

Tuesday, February 18, 2020 / 07:00PM / NBCC / Header Image Credit: NBCC

 

The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) is set to host its February Breakfast Meeting on Thursday, February 20,2020 at the Oriental Hotel, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos.

 

Facing constraints on public resources and fiscal space, while recognizing the importance of investment in infrastructure to help the economy  grow, the Nigerian Government is increasingly turning to the private sector as an alternative additional source of funding to meet the funding gap.

 

With a Panel discussion on the importance and risks of PPPs by the speakers, the breakfast meeting seeks to explore ways to ensure that Public-Private Partnerships are as profitable in reality as they are on paper. It will be attended by the Business community, Government institutions and Stakeholders in the PPP sphere.

 Proshare Nigeria Pvt. Ltd.

Speaking on the theme "Public-Private Partnerships - How to Make it Work in Nigeria" are:

  • Lamin MANJANG, CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria;
  • Kunle ELEBUTE, Senior Partner, KPMG Nigeria & Chairman, KPMG Africa;
  • Engr Chidi IZUWAH, DG Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission and
  • Yomi OMOMUWASAN, MD/CEO Lekki Concession Company.

 

The NBCC Breakfast Meeting is Sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria and KPMG  Nigeria.

 

Proshare Nigeria Pvt. Ltd.

 

Related News

1.      NBCC January 2019 Breakfast Discusses Economy and Business Outlook

2.     NBCC to Host 2020 Economic Outlook on January 16

3.     Every Organisation That Seeks Growth Must Have Audacious Goals - Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede

4.     NBCC Partners with FMITI Nigeria to Establish a Nigeria Trade Centre in London

5.     16th NBCC President, Kayode Falowo Pledges to Facilitate Robust UK-Nigeria Trade Relations

6.     NBCC To Establish Centre in London, To Facilitate UK-Nigeria Trade

7.     Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce Inaugurates 16th President

8.     Deepening Good Governance will attract FDIs Into Nigeria - Prof. Ajogwu, SAN

9.     Kayode Falowo Becomes President Nigerian- British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC)

10.  Buhari Second Term: LCCI Sets Business and Economic Policy Agenda

11.   NBCC January 2019 Breakfast Discusses Economy and Business Outlook

12.  NBCC To Host 2019 Economic Outlook on January 24

13.  NSACC November Breakfast Discusses Value of Intelligent Enterprises

14.  Challenges And Opportunities In Israeli Industry, Launch Of The New Index - TA-Industrials

15. NSACC explores Manufacturing as Springboard for Nigeria's Growth


 Proshare Nigeria Pvt. Ltd.


Proshare Nigeria Pvt. Ltd.

READ MORE:
Related News
SCROLL TO TOP