Investing Capital for Sustainable Impact in Nigeria

Increasingly banks, insurance companies, pension funds and asset managers are accessing new customers, investors and markets through business and investing approach that delivers good social and environmental outcomes without compromising financial performance.  This is the case in select African countries like Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa where the industry is experiencing impact investment renaissance.

Also, interventions by the Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria Stock Exchange, Securities Exchange Commission and the National Pension Commission is creating a local ecosystem committed to inclusive and sustainable impact.

However, impact investing in Nigeria is hampered by the lack of bankable transactions, the reluctance of growth enterprises to forego equity, difficulty raising capital and finding exits. Investing Capital for Sustainable Impact in Nigeria will explore new approaches to educate asset owners and scale up impact capital in Nigeria.



Mary Uduk, Securities & Exchange Commission


Adeniyi Falade, CrusaderSterling Pension


Oscar Onyema, The Nigerian Stock Exchange

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Solomon Quaynor, Rothschild Global Advisory


Eric Fajemisin, Stanbic IBTC Pension Managers


Dave Uduanu, Sigma Pensions


ESG and Impact Investing is now among the top two items on the agenda of alternative asset managers


Why Attend?

The forum will bring together professionals committed to helping their clients deploy their capital for sustainable impact and place emphasis on listed securities and public assets. As well as strategies that use non-traditional methods to gain exposure to traditional assets and vehicles that invest in non-traditional assets such as:
  • Infrastructure
  • Private Equity & Venture Capital
  • Alternative Credit
  • Private Real Estate
  • Microfinance
  • Renewable energy
  • Agriculture

Each prelude will be based on mutual interest and carefully vetted structures that allow for appropriate allocation consistent with risk. Some such investment vehicles include:
  • Permanent Capital
  • Fund Structure
  • Securitizations
  • Principal Investments
  • Debt Equity Guarantees

Who Attend?

A limited number of complimentary pass are avaliable to CIO, CFO, Heads of Investments, Heads of Sustainable, Responsible, ESG and Impact Investment from Pension Funds, insurance companies, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Development financial Institutions, Family Offices, Endowments, Foundations, and regulators.

The complimentary places are limited and subject to approval.

A limited number of paying places are available to senior executives from:
  • Policymakers & Regulators
  • Central Bank and Treasury Departments
  • Philanthropists & Social Investors
  • Wealth & Asset Managers
  • Investment Consultants
  • Family Businesses & Offices
  • Infrastructure Funds
  • Private Equity & Debt Funds
  • Management Consultants & Lawyers

Investing Capital for SustainableImpact in Nigeria is limited to around eighty senior executives.


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Drive Editorial Content

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Engage Tailored Audience

Each immersion is carefully curated so that our sponsoring partners can leverage speaking and highly sharable content to engage with their target audience before, during and after the programmes.

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Sustain Brand Awareness

This immersion attracts practitioners and organisations at the forefront of sustainable (ESG, Impact Investing & Exclusion) investing. And presents a cost-effective brand communication platform dedicated to your corporate needs.


Go Beyond Networking

Take your networking and exchanges further with on-site or pre-arranged one-to-one meetings. Sponsoring partners are able to schedule private meetings with like-minded participants. Meetings are pre-arranged based on interests and availability.


Elias Masilela, Executive Chairman, DNA Economics


Ade Adefeko, OLAM Nigeria

Dr. Andrew Nevin, Chief Economist, Nigeria, PwC

Chinua Azubike, CEO, InfraCredit

Sponsoring Partners


Industry Partners

Institute of retirement funds Africa

Media Partners

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