Firm seeks to demystify structured financing
The statistician general of the federation, Dr. Yemi Kale, has said the harrowing macro-economic realities in Nigeria caused by pre-2017 financial headwinds coupled with the resultant inflation and liquidity squeeze in the financial services sector has tested the resolve of many Nigerian corporate organisations to meet their growth demands.
Kale made this statement at a conference organized by a commercial law firm, Jackson Etti & Edu, with the theme “Accessing Capital: Challenges, Channels and Contemporary Solutions”.
The conference was aimed at demystifying structured financing options and re-orient participants on innovative approach to financing.
Apart from Kale, other speakers include; the country head-Nigeria, international finance corporation Ms. Eme Essien Lore, senior associate of Jackson Etti & Edu, Kingsley Opia-Enwemuche, MD Chapel Hill Denham, Ononuju Irukwu, chief executive officer (CEO) of Bodani advisory services, Niyi Adebayo, divisional head, market architecture FMDQ OTC exchange, Jumoke Olaniyan, managing partner, Uhuru capital partners and Dr Yemi Osindero, head of diversified lending & leveraged finance-Stanbic IBTC Capital, Dolu Olugbenjo.
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