Discover How New CAMA Is Relevant To The Ease of Doing Business in Nigeria - LBS Alumni (2)


Wednesday, November 14, 2018   01.10PM / By LBS


It is twenty four (24) hours to Alumni Day 2018 and we are so excited by the thought of hosting you.

As earlier promised, we introduce to you the last two of our panelists who will be on hand to discuss in detail the theme of the conference: "The New Companies and Allied Matters Bill and its Relevance to the Ease of Doing Business in Nigeria".



Ms. Mary Uduk, Acting Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)


Mary Uduk is currently the Acting Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Nigeria. Prior to this, she was at various times the Head of Internal Control, Financial Standards & Corporate Governance, and Securities & Investment Services Departments, amongst others in the Commission.


Please click on the link below to download Ms. Uduk's full profile.



Mr. Aditya Chellaram, CEO, Chellarams Plc


As the CEO of Chellarams Plc, a longstanding family-owned business established in Nigeria in 1923, Aditya is responsible for managing the operations of the core business activities as well as acting as a bridge between corporate services and seven (7) subsidiary and associated companies of the Group.  The core business activities cover logistics & distribution and direct marketing, whilst the activities of the subsidiaries and associates span fast moving consumer goods, power generation, textiles manufacturing, quick service restaurants, industrial technical services and more.


Please click on the link below to access Mr Chellaram's full profile




Prior registration is required for seamless entry into the conference venue. Please click on this link to register if you have not done it already: Alumni Day, 2018

Live Streaming

To ensure that our distinguished alumni who are outside Lagos and outside the shores of Nigeria are able to participate and learn from the intellectual discourse at the conference, we will be having a live coverage and online streaming of the conference. Details will be shared soon.

You are warmly invited to an exciting learning experience.


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