CEM REPORT | The Association of Corporate Affairs Managers of Banks (ACAMB), is set to bring stakeholders together to discourse Synergy between the Nigerian Banking Industry and the Organized Private Sector (OPS), a move to proffer lasting solutions to the constant discord between the industry and the OPS.
Mr Rasheed Bolarinwa, President of the Association, unveiled this in a press briefing held Tuesday at the Ijewere Hall of the Bankers House in Victoria Island, Lagos.
ACAMB is a banking industry corporate communications and reputation management group. The current leadership of the Association conceived the idea to hold this 1st National Conference on Synergy between the Nigerian Banking Industry and the Organized Private Sector (OPS) following impact it will have on the Nigerian banking sector and the economy at large.
“We believe the Conference would proffer lasting solutions to the constant discord between the industry and the Organized Private Sector (OPS)
“Ultimately, the Nigerian economy would be the major beneficiary of the Conference as far reaching strategies would be unfolded to tap into the economy untapped benefits through the expected synergy”; Bolarinwa said
The conference will hold on Wednesday, 3rd August 2023 at the conference hall of the Bankers House in Victoria Island, Lagos. This location is considered strategically significant by ACAMB to discuss a weighty topic as synergy.
Keynote addresses will be offered by the CBN Governor, CIBN President, NACCIMA and MAN President while the strategic panelists will be led by the leadership of the sectors, and it cuts across Banking players and the OPS including NECA, NASSI, NASME, etc
The main plenary session will be moderated by the foremost Economist/Consultant, Dr Biodun Ogundipe.
ACAMB President emphasized the relationship between the banking industry and Organized Private Sector as a veritable tool to promote the desired sustainable growth and development of the national economy. It is therefore reaching out to secure the participation of relevant stakeholders at the conference.
He said “The Conference would bring together the best players on both sides to act as Think Tank for the Nation’s macroeconomic growth. The Organized Private Sector is a valued stakeholder of the banking industry. Both the banking industry and the organized private sector play major roles in growing the economy. The need for the two sectors to work closely cannot be overemphasized. ACAMB is therefore reaching out to secure the participation of relevant speakers at the conference.”
According to Mr Bolarinwa, the conference offers a unique platform for private sector players and the banking community to share perspectives on how the synergy, communication, cooperation and mutual understanding between these two critical segments of the Nigerian economy can be improved to benefit the Nigerian people and economy progressively.
A robust COMMUNIQUE will be provided at the end of the conference that will provide a road map for a new relationship between the Banking and Organised Private Sector (OPS).