Economic Associate’s Conference on ‘Nigeria’s Economic Outlook’, to hold on June 21, 2018


Monday, May 21, 2018 09:00AM / Economic Associates


Economic Associates (EA) will host a one-day conference on Nigeria’s Economic Outlook on Thursday, 21 June 2018 at Lagos Continental Hotel, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.


Participants will discuss:

i.  Global Outlook: Evolution of Economic Transactions and Financial Portfolios

The twin-gluts continue to dominate the global economic and financial scenes: Global commodity glut has meant a new regime of shortfalls in government revenue and foreign exchange supply, after about a decade of windfalls; just as, Global liquidity glut resulting from cash injections by leading central banks has increasingly created fresh opportunities for governments and companies to unlock liquidity to mitigate the shortfalls. 

ii.     National Impact-Points: Liquidity, Growth and Stability

The likely paths of cyclical variables like money, bonds, equity, foreign reserves, GDP growth, sectoral growth, government revenue, government spending, inflation, interest, and exchange rates. 

iii.  Risks: Country, States/Regions, Companies

Implications for national, states’, and companies’ prospects. Identifying threats and mitigating risks. 

iv.  Strategy: National, States/Regional, and Corporate

Options for federal and state governments, and corporates to recognize and seize strategic opportunities.


8:30 – 9:00   Arrival Tea/Coffee and Registration

9:00 – 9:30   Overview

9:30 – 10:45  Session 1: Global Outlook

      • Global Commodity Glut: From Windfalls to Shortfalls
      • Global Liquidity Glut: Unlocking Liquidity

10:45 – 11:15 Tea/Coffee Break                      

11:15 – 13:00 Session 2: National Impact-Points

                         •   Cyclical Swings

-         Liquidity: Money, Bonds, Equity and Foreign Reserves

-         Growth: Overall and Sectoral

-         Stability: Inflation, Interest Rates and Exchange Rate

·         Structural Shifts

-         Economic Activities: Production and Spending Shifts

-         Budget: Revenue and Expenditure Realities – Federal, States and LGs

-         States: Sectoral and Fiscal Structures

·         Policy Hurdles

-         Fiscal, Monetary and Investment Policies

-         Routine Shock/Shift Responsiveness

-         Optimizing Policy Lags

13:00-14:00  Lunch

14:00-15:15    Session 3: Risks

      • Countrywide Fiscal, Monetary, and Investment Threats
      • States’ Fiscal and Wellbeing Threats
      • Corporate Exposure Threats

15:15-15:45     Break

15:45-17:00   Session 4: Strategy

·         Strategic Realignment Options for Country, States, Companies

Please note that this event is by prior reservation only, and all reservations are subject to confirmation by EA. Please visit to complete the online reservation form. For more information, please call Omotola on 0703 344 2370, 0809 071 3133 or email



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