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Nigeria’s Minister of Finance Kemi Adeosun and Stock Exchange CEO Oscar Onyema will be among keynote speakers at the 4th Nigerian Capital Market Forum (NCMF) to be held in London this September.
Over 200 attendees are expected to attend the high-level event, hosted by Hogan Lovells International in association with the Nigerian Stock Exchange and the London Stock Exchange.
The platform aims to provide a platform for investors to discuss ways to strategically position themselves, develop partners and expand into Nigeria in order to grow and gain a competitive edge in the high growth market in 2017.
Organisers are expecting an array of C-suite executives alongside a stellar cast of global investors with a combined minimum of $250 billion worth of African focused assets under management. Other speakers this year include Tony Elumelu, Razia Khan, Bola Onadele and Bolaji Balogun amongst others.
Nigerian Capital Market Forum 2017 will take place at Hogan Lovells LLP Atlantic House Holborn Viaduct, London on 7th September 2017.
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