Financing renewable energy projects require access to significant resources, by multiple parties, at varying points in the project life cycles.
However, access and availability of finance is a major challenge for many developers.
To bridge this, the Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria , (REAN), an umbrella body of Renewable energy companies in Nigeria, is partnering Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Nigeria conference on December 3rd, 2019 at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos.
Firmly established as Nigeria’s only annual debt event, the fourth edition will bring together over 250 of the market’s most senior government officials, regulators, borrowers, issuers, bankers, investors and advisors to discuss the country’s financing strategy; oil prices; successful issuing; how to make a company more attractive to investors; the value of ESG and other pertinent debt market issues.
As a viable alternative to traditional financing mechanisms, green bonds offer easy access to a large and diverse funding pool, providing a source of low-cost and much-needed capital to finance infrastructure projects and set up green funding programs.
Alongside 30 other elite speakers, Patience Oniha, Director-General, Debt Management Office, Nigeria, will speak at the event.
Oniha will be delivering a keynote presentation on ‘Nigeria’s financing strategy for 2019/2020’.
The speaker line-up also consists of representatives from Viathan, Seplat Petroleum, SBM Intelligence, InterSwitch, Climate Bonds Initiative, Sigma Pensions, Lion’s Head Global Partners and a host of other key institutions active within the Nigerian capital markets space.
Meet the Debt Management Office, Nigeria and over 250 senior attendees – with 91 per cent at Director level or above.
The calibre of this event is described by Emmanuel Adamgbe from the Central Bank of Nigeria as “very insightful, educative, well-structured and thought provoking in all ramifications.”
Stanbic IBTC Capital, Rand Merchant Bank, Fitch Ratings, Moody’s Investors Service and S&P Global will participate as Sponsors.
Whether you are looking to become involved in the Nigerian debt capital markets, or expand your existing business, this is a prime opportunity for you to meet top market players and develop your knowledge.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join Nigeria’s most important decision-makers and secure new partners and investment for your organisation in 2019-20.
Contact Beatriz Hernandez for more information on how to register: