FirstBank Holds 2022 Economic Outlook Webinar

1/13/2022 12:26:00 PM

FirstBank Holds 2022 Economic Outlook Webinar

FirstBank Holds 2022 Economic Outlook Webinar

First Bank of Nigeria Limited, will tomorrow, hold its “Nigerian Economic Outlook Webinar” which is convened to reflect national and global economic

The virtual event themed “A rearview look at 2021, lessons learnt-Outlook 2022” according to the bank, is open to all Nigerians. The webinar aims to set the tone for the year by providing an opportunity for participants to learn directly from economic experts to stay informed and knowledgeably empowered to make the right decisions in their socio-economic activities in 2022 which will be impacted by the micro and macro-economic activities of the country.

With Nigeria’s economy projected to grow by 2.7 per cent in 2022 as predicted by The International Monetary Fund (IMF) based on an expected recovery in crude oil prices and production, Nigeria will see economic activities normalizing. Key economic activities to watch out for in 2022 include the Global Market trends, removal of subsidies, and floatation of the Naira. However, recoveries in the oil sector and maximization of the e-Naira could help keep the parallel market in check.

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trends that shaped 2021, whilst forecasting the economic outlook of 2022.2 hours ago When asked about the numerical strength of the group, and how the election will be managed successfully without manifestation of religious or ethnic differences, he explained that the total number of NMS 96 Ex-Boys is 207, representing all nooks and crannies of Nigeria.by January 12, 2022 2 min read The Nigerian economy is expected to grow by 2.6 mins ago According to the World Bank report, global growth is expected to decelerate markedly from 5.

The virtual event themed “A rearview look at 2021, lessons learnt-Outlook 2022” according to the bank, is open to all Nigerians. The webinar aims to set the tone for the year by providing an opportunity for participants to learn directly from economic experts to stay informed and knowledgeably empowered to make the right decisions in their socio-economic activities in 2022 which will be impacted by the micro and macro-economic activities of the country. This does not only apply to only Ex-Boys of 96 set, but everyone who went through the NMS system. With Nigeria’s economy projected to grow by 2. The bank, in its January 2022 Global Economic Prospects report published Tuesday, said Nigeria’s growth is projected to strengthen somewhat to 2.7 per cent in 2022 as predicted by The International Monetary Fund (IMF) based on an expected recovery in crude oil prices and production, Nigeria will see economic activities normalizing. He added: “The election management body of the NMS 96 Ex-Boys Foundation also known as ELCOM, started the election process by developing an implementation plan for voter education and enlightenment. Key economic activities to watch out for in 2022 include the Global Market trends, removal of subsidies, and floatation of the Naira.1 percent in 2021, an upward revision from previous estimates.

However, recoveries in the oil sector and maximization of the e-Naira could help keep the parallel market in check. An online copy of the calendar was sent to every member of the Foundation via Whatsapp. It cited the rebound to higher oil prices as well as accelerated growth in telecommunication and financial services. Managing director and chief executive of Financial Derivatives Company Limited, Bismarck Rewane, the event’s keynote speaker will lead deliberations at the event. Other speakers are Ini Ebong, Executive Director, First Bank of Nigeria Limited Treasury and International Banking; Opeyemi Agbaje, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of RTC Advisory Services Limited, Olaitan Martins, Group Executive, Transaction Banking and Augustine Uddin, the Chief Economist, FirstBank. 75% have so far registered to cast their votes during the election. ADVERTISEMENT Since the outbreak of Covid-19 over two years ago, the global economy has witnessed viral economic shocks that adversely affected socio-economic activities.” However, it said the reversal of pandemic-induced income and employment losses is expected to be slow, this, along with high food prices, restrains a faster recovery in domestic demand. These have left many individuals and businesses struggling to stay afloat amid the economic downturn.” He added that an online Expression of Interest Form was deployed by ELCOM. Putting more countries on a favorable growth path requires concerted international action and a comprehensive set of national policy responses,” he pointed out.

As a leading financial inclusion services provider in the country, FirstBank has remained committed to providing products, services and initiatives that have been crucial in mitigating the adverse effects of Covid-19 on individuals and households. Speaking on the event, the group head, Marketing & Corporate Communications of FirstBank, Ms. These offices include, Chairman, Deputy Chairman, General Secretary, Financial Secretary, Treasurer, Welfare Officer, Public Relation Officer and a Legal Adviser. The bank also predicted that per capita income is expected to be lower in 2022 than a decade ago in countries in Angola, Nigeria, and South Africa. Folake Ani-Mumuney said: “being woven into fabric of the society for over 127 years means that we provide value, support and innovation-driven solutions for our stakeholders regardless of the challenges of the pandemic. YOU MAY . This was one of the toughest process but my colleagues and I built a thick skin to resist any distraction, unnecessary pressure, display of emotions and strictly abided by the guidelines set up for screening of aspirants.