At NBCC forum, envoy woos stakeholders to Brexit opportunities

The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) has engaged stakeholders and member partners of the commission to a quarterly advocacy group breakfast session, ahead of the United Kingdom’s planned exit from the European Union.The move was to discuss impact and opportunities for key stakeholders within the Nigerian and British business communities in relations to trade in…

Foreign Investors stake $1 billion on treasury bills

Despite the approaching elections, which has seen foreign portfolio investors exit Nigeria, some others apparently hold a contrarian view. Sources familiar with the transaction, revealed $1 billion in fresh funds was channelled to buying treasury bills last week. While foreign portfolio investors holding equities may have largely pulled out, regardless of who wins the elections,…

First African Country – Nigeria – Joins COBCOE Connects

COBCOE Connects team is proud to introduce first African chamber joining COBCOE Connects platform! The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce is the foremost bilateral Chamber of Commerce in Nigeria. The Chamber is accredited under the NACCIMA/CIPE, Washington, D.C. USA accreditation programme. There are over 350 corporate members who are found in all sectors of the Nigerian…