Investing Capital for Sustainable Impact in Nigeria
There are many public and private organisations working to more effectively put private capital to use for the public good. With a good number of businesses accessing new customers, investors and markets through business culture and investment strategies that deliver good social and environmental outcomes without compromising financial performance.
However, investing capital for sustainable impact in Nigeria is still hampered by the limited understanding of ESG Integration and impact investing, lack of bankable transactions, the reluctance of growth enterprises to forego equity, a difficulty long-term raising capital and finding exits.
Investing Impact Capital in Nigeria is an industry-led initiative designed to get professionals who determine how and where institutional capital is allocated to integrate ESG issues and commit impact capital at scale to investment opportunities that optimize social, environmental and financial impact.
Mary Uduk, Securities & Exchange Commission
Oscar Onyema, The Nigerian Stock Exchange
Solomon Quaynor, Rothschild Global Advisory
Eric Fajemisin, Stanbic IBTC Pension Managers
Dave Uduanu, Sigma Pensions
Guest speaker —
Kingsley Moghalu ON PATHWAYS TO OUR SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
FORMER DEPUTY GOVERNOR, THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA