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NSIA, CDC Group sign MoU to upscale private sector investment in Nigeria

By Nkiruka Nnorom Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CDC Group, the UK’s publicly owned impact investor, to facilitate long-term inclusive growth and encourage private capital to scale up their participation in high-impact sectors of the Nigerian economy. The agreement includes information sharing on prospective projects in Nigeria
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Knowing the Investment Ratios

Dear Reader, on this page, we had discussed investment objectives, risk tolerance and red flags that investors must watch before taking decision on any company’s shares. It is necessary at this juncture to examine one of the tools that stockbrokers deploy to ascertain the financial health of a company before executing investors’ purchase or sale order. This is a risk aversion strategy. Securities dealers cannot conduct proper analysis without application of these tools called financial ratios. The ratios are contained in the company’s financial statement which comprises basic information that appeal to diverse users for different reasons. Users of financial statement are the company’s management, government and its agencies, banks and other financial institutions, customers, competitors, investment analysts and employees.

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NIPC tasks agencies on stimulating investment

The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) has tasked Investment Promotion Agencies (IPAs) to leverage its One Stop Investment Centre (OSIC) lab and planned deployment of Single Window Investment Portal (SWIP) to stimulate investment. NIPC Executive Secretary, Yewande Sadiku made this known on Friday in Abuja at its Closed Webinar on `Supporting Sub-National Investment Promotion’ organised
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Oyeleke Ajiboye: Redefining investment profitability

Growing up I started my education at Nigeria Pre age International Home School Ipaja, Lagos, following which I gained admission into Command Day Secondary School, Ikeja. By the time I got to JSS 2, things became very tight at the home front. I had to take public transport or sometimes trek long distances to school, engage in menial jobs including construction labour, hawk food items in other to make ends meet.

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