The 2017 Nigeria Capital Markets Forum holds in London in September

With the government cheering on change and an economy in recession, many have asked What is next for the powerhouse of Nigeria?

The Nigerian Capital Markets Forum returns for a fourth year on the 7th of September  with key investment opportunities and a fantastic list of speakers.

This exclusive forum will bring together forward-thinking Africans and focused investors to discuss ways to strategically position themselves, develop partnerships and expand into Nigeria in order to gain a competitive edge in this high growth market in 2017.

The meeting will also explore the role of governance in facilitating trade and investment for businesses, and promote business partnerships with key insights on successful business models in Nigeria.


DATE: 7th September 2017

TIME: 8.30AM


Hogan Lovells International LLP
Atlantic House, 50 Holborn Viaduct
London, EC1A 2FG

HE Adah Simon Ogah, The Nigerian High Commissioner to the UK

Oscar Onyema, Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Stock Exchange

Tony Elumelu, Chairman, Heirs Holdings

Bola Onadele, CEO FMDQ Plc

Patience Oniha, Director General, Debt Management Office

Razia Khan, MD/Chief Economist African Macro, Standard Chartered EXPERT

Bola Ajomale, CEO, NASD Plc

Bolaji Balogun, Chairman, Lafarge and CEO Chapel Hill

Austin Okere, Chairman CWG Plc

Kayode Falowo, CEO, Greenwich Trust

Sonnie Ayere, CEO, DunnLorenMerrifield

Bismarck Rewane, CEO, Financial Derivatives

Kayode Akinkugbe, CEO FBN Capital

Femi Awoyemi, CEO Proshare

Ike Chioke, CEO, Afrinvest

Ibukun Adebayo, Head of EMEA, The London Stock Exchange Group

Gbenga Oyebode, Chairman, Aluko & Oyebode

Ayo Salami, CIO, Duet Asset Management

Ann Wyman, Senior Manager, AfriciInvest

Wale Agbeyangi, CEO, Cordros Capital

Rotimi Oyekanmi, Partner, Apis Partners

Akeem Oyewale, CEO, Stanbic IBTC Nominees

Miguel Azevedo, Head of Investment, Citi Bank

Theophilus Emuwa, Managing Partner, AELEX

Jide Olanrewaju, Partner, TPG

Fiona Sheerin, Director, Standard Chartered

Ade Adebajo, Head of Sub Sahara Africa, UBS

John Foster, Africa Editor, Debtwire

And a host of others…


Beyond networking with other attendees and speakers, NCMF gives you the opportunity to have a discussion behind closed doors by booking a 30 minute slot and scheduling a meeting.


This event will be streamed LIVE via youtube. Please be sure to check “Nigerian Capital Markets Forum London 2017” for a free live stream on any youtube platform or device.


Gold Sponsors: Hogan Lovells

Event Sponsor: AELEX Arbitrators

Strategic Partners: NSE, LSE, A&O,AEP, Asoko Insight

Association Partners: NISM

Media Partners: Bloomberg, CNBC Africa, Proshare, OBG, Debtwire


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