Afrivest launches 2019 Nigerian Banking Sector report….as Soludo counsels banks.

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Group Managing Director, Afrinvest, Ike Chioke delivering his presentation

AYO ESAN

A member of the Economic Advisory  Committee  to President Muhammadu Buhari and former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria,  ( CBN) , Professor Charles Soludo, has  called on banks in Nigeria to adjust to developments that may arise as a result of the African Continental Free Trade Area .

Group Managing Director, Afrinvest, Ike Chioke delivering his presentation

Soludo gave this charge while speaking at the 2019 Nigeria Banking Sector report launched by Afrivest at the Oriental Hotel in Lagos Monday.

Soludo  said, “What kind of banking and financial system do we really need to be able to power the Nigerian and African economy in view of the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement?

Professor Charles Soludo

“What should be the next level for the banking industry and how should the banks adjust to the disruptive changes that must all come to able to move the banking sector forward to that level that is able to power Nigeria economy to where we expect in the next five to ten years.”

He commended Afrinvest for their consistence, the first of its report was actually made in the 2005 during the banking sector consolidation year.

” See how time flies, most of the comparism (data) centered on Africa, gone are those days when we go to an event, where Nigeria is being discussed, and the examples given were China, Singapore etc, but the real key point now is relevant examples now here in Africa,” he said.

Former CBN Governor/Special Guest of Honour, Charles Soludo (2nd-L), Chief Launcher/Wife of Edo State Governor, Betsy Obaseki(m) GMD, Afrinvest, Ike Chioke(L) Founder, Ygroup holdings/Chairman, Afrinvest Securities Ltd, Fatumata Soukouna Coker(2nd-r) GMD, Xcellon Capital, Chamberlin Peterside(r), during Afrinvest 2019 Nigeria Banking Sector Report Launch, held in Lagos

He  then charged Afrivest to always put Nigeria in the right direction, adding that the country couldn’t be doing things same way and expect different results.
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