Professionals frown at government’s plan to takeover unclaimed dividends
Professional bodies have kicked against plans by the Federal Government to take over unclaimed dividends of public listed companies. They said the move would impact negatively on the capital market as it would discourage investment. President and Chairman of Council, Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN), Bode Ayeku, urged the government…
OPS demands account for N35tr debt in 10 years
The Organised Private Sector (OPS), has challenged the Federal Government to give a proper account for over N35 trillion accumulated debt in the last 10 years.
OPS seeks suspension of charges on cash deposit, embargo on cheque clearance
With the volume of cash transactions that is on-going across the country during the lockdown period, the organised private sector has urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to suspend charges on cash deposit.
OPS tasks members, government on palliatives to contain COVID-19
With over N25 billion donation so far, the Organised Private Sector (OPS) has urged government to focus on quick wins to safeguard public health and ensure security of food, lives and property in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.
OPS seeks policy to insulate economy from global shocks
With the gradual fall in global oil prices below the Federal Government’s projected $57 on which the 2020 budget was premised, the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA)
OPS seeks synergy of fiscal, monetary policies for economic growth
For the economy to achieve its full potential, the organised private sector (OPS), has emphasized the need for efficiency and synergy of the fiscal and monetary policies
IoD involves OPS in achieving public- private engagement on policy directions
Plans are underway by the Institute of Directors (IoD) Nigeria, to collaborate with colleagues in the Organised Private Sector (OPS), to chart paths that will lead to the achievement...
‘How Nigeria can benefit from AfCFTA’
The Organised Private Sector (OPS), has charged the Federal Government to address the poor state of infrastructural facilities in the country if Nigeria is to benefit from the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
OPS wants national strategy for businesses to avoid high mortality
The Organised Private Sector (OPS) has identified regulatory risk as a major challenge facing Nigerian businesses currently while advocating for a national strategy in policy formulation to forestall rising cases of collapse in the country.