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World Bank approves $750 million for Nigeria’s power sector: The loan which was approved by the board of directors of the Bretton wood Institution, was for Power Sector Recovery Operation (PSRO) to improve the reliability of electricity supply, achieve financial and fiscal sustainability, and enhance accountability in the power sector in Nigeria.
Transcorp, Geregu gencos meet performance targets : The Senate Committee on Power, at the just-concluded three-day investigative hearing on the power sector recovery plan, commended two indigenous power generation firms for meeting the privatisation performance targets set for operators in the sector.
FEC okays over N137 billion for construction work: The Federal Executive Council (FEC) recently approved various civil works worth above N137 billion across the six geopolitical zones of the country.
Over subscription of N150 billion Sukuk confirms NSE absorption : Stockbrokers at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), have described the recent oversubscription of the Sukuk Ijarsh, as a confirmation of the market’s absorptive capacity, urging the Federal Government to float more fixed income securities to finance infrastructure deficit.
FMDQ Admits N23billion Debt Securities as Corporate Benefit from Market: FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited has admitted N23 billion debt securities on the platform as part of efforts to empower the Nigerian financial market, provides a choice platform for the registrations, listings, quotations, and trading of debt securities.
Airports concession receives boost : The Federal government’s plan to concession its four international airports received a boost recently as the Minister of Aviation Senator Hadi Sirika received the Outline Business Case Certificate of Compliance for the concession of Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Kano International Airports from the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC).
CBN disburses N49 billion covid 19 intervention to 80,0000 recipient : The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has so far disbursed N49 billion out of its N50 billion Targeted Credit Facility meant to cushion the impact of the COVID-19 on the economy.
17 Banks to restructure over 32,000 loans:: Seventeen Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) have submitted requests to restructure 32,000 loans in their portfolios to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). Majority of the loans were taken by energy companies affected by drop in crude oil prices due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Nigeria’s exports to China, India, others hit N1.87 trillion: Commodity exports from Nigeria to China, India, Spain, Netherlands and South Africa in the first quarter of this year hit N1.87trillion, the National Bureau of Statistics has said. The NBS disclosed this in its Commodity Price Indices Terms of Trade report released on Thursday.
Investors post N558 billion unsuccessful bids in T-bills and FGN Bonds: Not only have the yields on both Treasury-bills and FGN bonds hit a bottom record from a double interest rate enjoyed some four years ago, fixed-income investors seeking to put funds in the Federal Government short-term debt instruments have recorded N558.61 billion lost bids in one month.
World Bank tells Nigerians to brace for worst recession: The World Bank has urged Nigerians to brace for the worst recession since the 1980s.According to the global bank, the twin calamities of collapse in oil prices and COVID-19 pandemic are expected to plunge the economy into a severe economic recession.
AMCON plans assets seizure over recalcitrant debtors : Nigeria’s bad debt resolution agency, Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), plans an all-out seizure of assets of recalcitrant debtors in the weeks ahead as the agency seeks to recover some N5 trillion locked up in bad debts purchased during a bailout period for the banking sector.
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Infrastructure in Nigeria: Unlocking Pension Fund Investments

Case Study by John D. Macomber and Pippa Tubman Armerding

Corporate Finance Awards 2018 – Most Innovative Infrastructure Finance –
Sub-Saharan Africa 2018

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