Event Highlight

Value of Asset Management explored at 3rd FBN Capital Conference

Asset Management is critical to National development, as it unlocks and unbundles the potentials for growth in an economy.

This formed the discourse for the second day of 3rd Annual Investors conference, which created the platform for key players in the industry to analyze its present state and what should be done to enhance its capacity.

Considering the enormous pull of resources in Pension and non-pension funds which also includes mutual funds, and the need to strategically deploy the funds to shore up for infrastructural projects that require large scale funding. 

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Perspective of Asset Management Industry in South Africa

Mr Rob Dower COO,Allan Gray gives insight to the evolution of the Asset Management Industry in Nigeria

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3rd FBN Capital Conference Dinner

The opening day of the 3rd FBN Capital conference 2013,had a dinner that created the avenue for the investment and economic community to converge, interract, explore abd discuss the steps for Nigeria to attain greatness and transformation. It was also a platform for one of the key players in the growth and transformation of the economy Mr. Mustafa Chike-Obi CEO of the Asset Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON) to speak on 'AMCON's role in supporting business enterprise'.
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Independent asset management mitigates against creative destructions -Rob Dower @africaexchanges @Harvard @SECNigeria @nsenigeria @CNNMoney

Nigeria's domestic credit to private sector is about 20% of the GDP in 2012.-Rita Omoefe. @FBNCapital @NOIweala @cenbank @FMINigeria @FT

Asset Mgmt industry will continue to be dominated by Pension fund assets in the medium term. @FBNCapital @investecam_sa #FBNCapital2013

We have got too much cash flow chasing fewer assets -Micheal Oyebola @FBNCapital @cnbcafrica @BloombergNews @ReutersAfrica @MarketWatch @FT

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