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Brass & Books holds money conference May 1


Brass and Books Capital Group has disclosed that the 2021 edition of the Money Conference will hold on May 1, 2021 in Lagos.

Brass and Books, owned by Bayelsa born entrepreneur, Solomon King, is a private capital finance company with holding interests in 10 subsidiaries across different industries in Nigeria and has been hosting the summit yearly since 2019.

A statement issued by the organisers revealed that registration for the conference with the theme: Strategic Economic Resurgence: The Alternative has commenced.


It said the conference, which had influenced informed wise business decisions for previous participants was seeking to provide usable knowledge and resources that would empower participants to make better personal and corporate financial decisions during economic uncertainties.

Billed to speak at the conference are founder and Group Chief Executive of Custodian Investments Plc, Oluwole Oshin, who will deliver the keynote address.

Other speakers are King, founding partner and GCEO of Brass and Books Capital Group, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Aralepo, Founder & CEO of Africa Finance and Strategy Hub.

Aralepo, a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) and an alumnni of the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) will speak from over 15 years experience in Banking, Telcoms and Fintech.

Also billed to talk are Niyi Adesanya, one of Nigeria’s foremost business speakers and CEO of Fifth GearPlus, Mrs. Eldrado Solomon King, CEO Spikes Media Group and Executive Director (Business Operations) of Brass and Books Capital Group.


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