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Capital market solicitors set for maiden virtual business luncheon

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All is set for the inaugural virtual Annual Business Luncheon (ABL) of the Capital Market Solicitors’ Association (CMSA).

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Scheduled for September 15, 2020, the theme of the virtual ABL is “Financial Opportunities in the Capital Markets – An Aid to Improving the Nigerian Healthcare Sector.”

Speaking on the theme of the conference, Efeomo Olotu, chair of the ABL Planning Committee said: “The Nigerian healthcare sector has faced numerous challenges ranging from poor funding and inadequate health infrastructure to a great loss in revenue of over $1billion annually from medical tourism. Similar to any other form of organized economic activity, easy access to capital is important for the efficient delivery of high-quality medical services in any healthcare sector worldwide.”

“At the 2020 virtual ABL, we intend that discussions focus on the current climate in the Nigerian healthcare sector following the COVID-19 pandemic, governmental response and the role of the capital market in creating pathways in strengthening a stunted healthcare sector through easy access to capital in resolving the prevalent challenges against affordability, accessibility, liquidity and funding.”

This luncheon promises to be engaging and a conversation opener with the opening address and keynote speech delivered by Lamido Yuguda, director–general of the Securities & Exchange Commission, and Olabode Agusto, founding managing director of Agusto & Co., and chairman of the advisory board of First Cardiology Consultant, respectively.

The CMSA is an independent self-regulatory association of solicitors and commercial law firms engaged in capital market practice of over 50 members with access to a pool of expert professional market knowledge.

For more information or to register for this event, please visit https://bit.ly/31IWBNi

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