CIBN holds roundtable talks on Nigeria’s Economic Outlook
The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria Centre for Financial Studies (CIBNCFS) plans to hold a Roundtable Session on 7th National Economic Outlook: Implications for Businesses in Nigeria in 2021.
in collaboration with B. Adedipe Associates Limited are set to The annual event, which is in collaboration with B. Adedipe Associates Limited, is held with the aim to engage all stakeholders in key sectors of the Nigerian Economy and elicit implementable government policies.
In a statement by the CIBN spokesman, Nelson Olagundoye, the Forum will discuss topical and emerging issues in the banking industry and economy as well as their implications for businesses in the coming year.
The statement said this year’s edition is significant as the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on key sectors of the economy in 2021 would be examined.
Furthermore, avenues on how businesses in key sectors can survive and grow despite the rough terrain would also be tackled.
The virtual event scheduled to hold on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, would feature carefully selected subject matter experts who would share their insights on the preceding year as well as practicable solutions for businesses in the current year.
Subject matter experts featured include Doyin Salami, Chairman, Presidential Economic Advisory Council who would deliver the Keynote Address.
Other Distinguished Panelists are Ayoola Olukanni, Director General, Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA), Ayodeji Balogun, CEO, AFEX Commodity Exchange, Akeem Lawal, Divisional Chief Executive, Interswitch and Johnson Seinde Samuel, MD/CEO, Infinity Paint International Limited among others would participate.
The event would be hosted by The President/Chairman of Council of The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, Bayo Olugbemi and the Chief Consultant, BAA Consult, Biodun Adedipe.