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N550bn export facilities: NEXIM invites SMEs in South-East, Delta states to access funds

The Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) has invited export-oriented Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SMEs) in the South-East and Delta States to access the N500 billion Export Stimulation Facility (ESF) and the N50 billion Export Development Fund to boost their businesses, create jobs, and contribute to the foreign exchange revenue earnings of the country.

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•Mr. Phillips Oduoza

Nigeria has enormous opportunities for banking business – Oduoza

Unfortunately for us in Nigeria, merchant banking has not been fully tapped into. The most common is retail banking where every person is establishing branches and acquiring a lot of retail customers. So, we have decided that we are going to do merchant banking and do it the way it ought to be. Four merchant banks plus Nova, that is five, we believe is still very little for Nigeria.

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AMEN seeks FG’s intervention to stop SMEDAN evacuation notice

THE Association of Micro Entrepreneurs of Nigeria (AMEN) has called on the federal government to intervene in an issue concerning the evacuation notice issued to them by the authorities of Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) on January 29, 2018. The President of  AMEN, Mr. Fredrick Nwokeleme made this call on Friday during a press briefing in Lagos.

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