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Stakeholders to address maritime infrastructure, ship financing needs in Nigeria at NISFCOE 2018

The Honourable Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi

Key stakeholders in the
maritime and trade sectors are set to look in depth issues concerning ship and
maritime infrastructure financing, with a view to suggesting workable and
lasting solutions for the discourse.

The Industry stakeholders will be gathering at the second edition of the Nigeria Ship
Finance Conference and Exhibition (NISFCOE) scheduled to hold on Tuesday, Dec.
18, 2018 at the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Victoria Island,
Lagos by 10 am prompt.
The Honourable
Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, is expected to deliver the
Keynote Address, the event organiser, Mrs. Ezinne Azunna, disclosed in a
statement at the weekend.
Also expected
are the Honourable Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Okechukwu
Enelamah, who will be attending as Special Guest of Honour, while Mr. Mike
Igbokwe SAN will be chairing the conference, which is themed: “Advancing Ship
and Maritime Infrastructure Financing in Nigeria: Innovative Concepts and
Sustainable Approaches.”
Heads of
maritime agencies will be speaking even as Professor Fabian Ajogwu, SAN will
deliver the lead paper titled “Innovative Concepts & Sustainable
Approaches to Effective Ship & Maritime Infrastructure Financing in
Nigeria: Critical Review.” 

Mr. Chris Oshiafi will speak on the
“Perspectives for Ship and Port Infrastructure Financing in Nigeria: The Export
Credit Agencies (ECA) Approach.”
Mr Bashir
Jamoh, Executive Director, Finance & Administration, NIMASA will address
delegates on “Financing Structures for the Advancement of Ship & Maritime
Development in Nigeria” NISFCOE 2018
A pool of experts will also discuss
Challenges and Solutions to Ship & Maritime Infrastructure Financing.

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