Economy---Politics
May 02, 2020
Market Review: Nigeria Needs More Project-Based Funds To Attract Investments - Ebo Ayodeji

If Nigeria is to attract investments amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic, it must give priority to "Project-Based Funds". 

 

The MD, Afrinvest Securities Mr Ebo Ayodeji disclosed this at the 14th episode of the Market Review which focused on the topic "COVID 19: Impact on the Fixed Income Market in Nigeria". 

 

Mr Ayodeji believed high value for the "Sanctity of Contract" will reposition Nigeria as a key hub for investments.

 

Watch Video Courtesy WebTV 

 

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