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Nigeria to participate at 18th Euro finance confab in Germany

Nigeria to participate at 18th Euro finance confab in Germany

By Editor on 29 September, 2015

Federal Government’s economic diversification plan gets a boost as major European investors line up for Nigeria at the 18th Euro Finance Week conference in Frankfurt, Germany, in November.

The Euro Finance Week conference slated to hold in Congress Messe Frankfurt, Germany, from November 16 to 20, 2015, will play host to major European investors who have developed genuine interest to invest in Nigeria under the new leadership of President Mohammadu Buhari.

The President, who is perceived to be a man of high integrity, whose commitment to stamp out corruption, end insurgency in some part of the country and reposition Nigeria for socio-political and economic growth is being applauded globally and attracting renewed attention to Nigeria.

In a statement signed by Cliff Ogbede, managing director, Kleef and VTS, the official country partner of the programme, said the acceptance by the German group to dedicate a special session for Nigeria at this year’s event, under the patronage of the Minister of Finance, Federal Republic of Germany and Minister President of State of Hessen was a big milestone for the country.

This plan became reality based on a renewed trust and hope for Nigeria under the present leadership, which would showcase the enormous potential of Nigeria at the weeklong conference.

“This is expected to bring huge investment outflow from the EU countries, which would help to stimulate economic growth and create jobs in the country,” Ogbede said.

The finance week is the biggest European financial services sector conference that offers a platform for financial policy formulation, business and investment promotion and high-level business matchmaking and networking.

Apart from hosting several receptions for the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland, the conference continues to play host to presidents and heads of government of several countries, having developed a strong relationship with major financial institutions including the World Bank and its subsidiaries.


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