Nigeria is entering into a brand new phase of political and socio-economical development and today more than ever before is the best time to invest.
With Nigerian GDP expected to grow between 40 – 60% it is set to overtake South Africa and thus become the largest economy on the African continent.
Nigeria is the No.1 oil producer on the continent and currently enjoys huge inflows of FDI on that basis; however recent initiatives by the Nigeria Administration are set to further diversify the Nigerian Economy into other key sectors e.g. Agriculture. It is also taking a hard-line to tackle corruption and bureaucracy. This will further increase foreign inflows and investors who take advantage of the potential now are set to benefit in the mid-long term.
This is actually exciting news for investors, there does however remain a lot of work that needs to be done in order to gain a complete appreciation of Nigeria’s potential. At the very heart of this summit, it is hoped that it will be a single, critical important platform for the exploration of investment opportunities in Nigeria.
About the summit:
This summit will see a gathering of key policy makers / regulators from the public sector as well as the best of the private sector; comprising C-level representatives from pension funds, asset managers, investment banks, economic development thinkers, lawyers and consultants.
Key Industries to be discussed
Power and Energy, Agriculture, Banking and Finance, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Transportation, Gas, Solid Minerals, Education, Communication Satellite and ICT, Health, Construction, Retail, Mining and Tourism.