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Emefiele, Udo-Udoma for BDAN business forum

By Editor   |   09 November 2015   |   3:50 am  

Nigeria’s foremost Banker, Mr. Godwin Emefiele gave a grim prognosis of the Nigerian economy.

Nigeria’s foremost Banker, Mr. Godwin Emefiele gave a grim prognosis of the Nigerian economy.

GOVERNOR of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele and Senator Udoma Udo-Udoma are part of dignitaries expected to grace a business forum for directors in the banking industry as well as notable stakeholders in the nation’s financial industry.

The forum, packaged by the Bank Directors Association of Nigeria (BDAN), with the theme “Oversight Functions of the Board: Effectively Managing Key Internal and External Relationships”, is slated for Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at Lagos Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, from 9:00 a.m.

BDAN’s President, Dr. Sunny Kuku, in a statement made available to The Guardian, said identifying, engaging and managing stakeholders are key and very critical to business survival and sustainability, especially in a responsive and highly dynamic business environment as experienced presently globally.

Notable speakers expected at the forum include Fola Adeola, a seasoned banker, founder and first CEO of GTB, who will address participants on how directors can meet their oversight functions on the management of their external stakeholders in their organisations, while Dr. Adedotun Suleiman, a renowned management consultant and expert, will address directors and other stakeholders on the role of directors in ensuring effective identification and management of organisation’s internal stakeholders.

The keynote address will be delivered by Emefiele, while Udo-Udoma is expected to chair the forum.

Expected at this special business forum are industry chairmen, chief executives and non-executive directors of banks and other financial institutions as well as investment advisers and officials of regulatory institutions, professional associations and consultants in the industry, key players and operators in the Nigerian business community.



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