Financing Agriculture Commodity Value Chain Workshop Rescheduled To November 22,2018

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Wednesday, October 17, 2018. 8.40AM / Proshare WebTV

Seminar on the objectives of creating a commodity chain of financing agriculture
Nigeria Stock Exchange was moved from October 1, 2018 to November
22th, 2018.

The workshop is a collaboration between the Nigerian Foundation.
Exchange and Corporate Farmers International Ltd, which will bring the key
players from the agricultural sector to share information and practical
tips on solving actual problems in the market.

He will deal with the flow of funds within and within the cost.
to meet the specific needs of chain members and players for funding so that
ensuring food security, input or production
in the global agribusiness sector.

The workshop is designed to increase the participants ’knowledge on how
value chain due to the fact that they can
development of the agricultural ecosystem in line with the new emphasis on
diversify the country's revenue base.

The Challenge of the Financial Chain of Pricing Agriculture
Training includes the following:

1. Provide practical, evidence-based recommendations for
institutions and other stakeholders participating in the FACVC

2. Provide a comprehensive picture of the value chains
to allow the financial institution and other interested parties to work with various
value chain segments.

3.Describe the structure, relationships, and drivers.
agricultural value chain

4. Enlighten opportunities for profitable penetration and
market expansion

The target audience

The target audience of the seminar includes:

1. Staff on agricultural tables of commercial banks,

2. Financial houses,

3. Ministries and departments

4. Members of the Association of Joint Stock Companies of Nigeria

5. Young agribusinesses,

6.Agric Technology Company,

7. Merchant trade

8. Agrarian departments of higher education institutions

9. Farm Managers

10. Trade Association in the value chain Ag.
Agriculture.

Scope of study program

The workshop will cover several areas, including:

1. Understanding the Chain of Purpose Pricing

2. Overview of agricultural finance from the financial industry and
NSE perspectives

3. Trends in the industrialization of agriculture

Payment

The cost of the seminar is N50,000.00 and payment, which is a prerequisite for
registration must be made via bank deposit or electronic transfer in favor of
“Details below:

Bank: Trust Bank Plc (GTB) guarantee

Account Name: Nigerian Stock Exchange

Account number: 0003483489.

Registration

Register by entering information (name, phone number and email address)
address) of the participant[s] to:

-Helen +2348033504507. x-academy@nse.com.ng

Please note that registration ends on November 21.the outside
2018 or after reaching the maximum class size.

Mediators

Faculty for a seminar – skilled experts,
the necessary experience to discuss on these topics using proven
and practical methods of teaching adults.

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