Sunday, 3rd July 2022
<To guardian.ng
Search

Building successful African enterprises

Stakeholders from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) including Industry leaders gathered at the NSE for the launch of the LSE Companies to Inspire Africa 2019 report. A total of 360 countries made the list 97 of which were Nigerian companies. Uyi Akpata, Country Senior Partner at PwC Nigeria joins CNBC Africa for more.

Related

7 Apr 2017
Ali-Modu Sheriff storms out of PDP stakeholders meeting.
30 May 2017
The passage of Nigeria's Petroleum Industry Governance Bill has been a welcome development across stakeholders in the industry.
26 Jun 2017
Upgrading prison service - Stakeholders call for increased funding and support.
3 Aug 2017
Risk managers to partner Nigerian stock exchange.
19 Sep 2017
Restructuring Nigeria - APC garners opinion from stakeholders in Southern Nigeria.
10 Jan 2018
Chinedu Anozia, CEO of AUX Capital Partners joins CNBC Africa to review last year’s rights issues on the Nigerian Stock Exchange and to project what this year could bring.
26 Jan 2018
Lami Adekola, Co-founder and Director at Hamilton and George joins CNBC Africa to discuss the impact the MTN listing could have on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
21 Feb 2018
IGP holds parley with Nasarawa, Benue stakeholders on Herdsmen farmers crisis.
28 Feb 2018
Illegal migration - Stakeholders identify Nigeria as most vulnerable.
10 Mar 2018
Stakeholders meet in Edo State to discuss economic growth.
14 Dec 2018
INEC must coordinate stakeholders for credible polls in 2019 - Saraki
16 Feb 2019
Following the launch of a new reform cycle by Nigeria's Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria's Enabling Business Environment Secretariat held a stakeholder meeting with Ministries, Departments and Agencies and the private sector in Lagos to discuss new business reforms.