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PROFILE IN BRIEF

Uchenna Joseph Uwaleke is a Professor of Finance & Capital Market and the immediate past Head of Banking & Finance Department at the Nasarawa State University Keffi. Currently, he is the Chief Economist/Director of Research at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Nigeria

A thorough-bred professional, he is a Chartered Stockbroker (ACS), a Chartered Banker (ACIB) and a Chartered Accountant (FCA), all by examination. He is also an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (ACTI), the Institute of Capital Market Registrars (ACMR) and a Full member of the Nigerian Economic Society (MNES).

A multi-disciplinary Scholar, he holds a B.Sc degree in Accounting, an M.Sc in Economics (specializing in Finance) and a PhD in Finance with over 20 years of lecturing engagements in reputable higher institutions in Nigeria. Prior to joining Nasarawa State University as a pioneer staff in the faculty of Administration, he had worked as an Investment Banker with Lombard Assets Management Limited as the Head of Research.

Prof Uche Uwaleke was at one time a chief examiner for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria examination (Business & Finance paper) and an external examiner to the University of Jos and Ahmadu Bello University Zaria. He has participated in several NUC (National Universities Commission), ICAN and CIBN accreditation teams for accounting, finance and banking programmes of Universities and Training Institutes. He is the Chairman of the editorial Board of the ‘Nigerian Journal of Securities Markets’, a publication of the Securities and Exchange Commission Nigeria as well as a Reviewer for the Central Bank of Nigeria ‘Bullion’ publication. He was also a member of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Branch Advisory Council and a Non-Executive Director in Peace Capital Market Limited. He is the President of the Association of Capital Market academics of Nigeria.
He has consulted for a number of local and international organizations including the Central Bank of Nigeria, Securities and Exchange Commission, the German Technical Cooperation (giz) and the Korea Development Institute.

He has authored/co-authored 10 books in Finance (mostly in the area of capital markets) with over 50 articles in referred academic journals. He maintains regular columns in the Punch and Business Day Newspapers and also features in finance and economy programmes of national Radio and Television stations.

CURRICULUM VITAE

Full Names: UWALEKE UCHENNA JOSEPH
Email and Phone contact: uchejoe1@yahoo.com 08035865566
Date of Birth, Town and State: 23rd Feb, 1969, Amainyi-Ihitte, Imo State
Nationality: Nigerian
Current Postal Address: Office of the Chief Economist, SEC, Abuja.
Permanent Home Address: Flat 1, Block 2, Foreign Affairs Quarters, Divo street, Wuse zone 6 Abuja. 08035865566
Marital Status: Married
Name and Address of Spouse: Dr Gladys Uwaleke, Department of Educational Administration and Planning, Nasarawa State University Keffi 08035862266
Institutions Attended with Dates:
1. Library Avenue Primary School Umuahia. (1974-1980)
2. St Peters Seminary Okigwe/Marist Brothers Juniourate Okigwe. (1980-1985)
3. Anambra State University of Technology (1987-1991)
4. University of Jos. (1995-1997)
5. Nasarawa State University Keffi. (2006 -2010)
Academic Qualifications with Dates:
1. First School Leaving Certificate (1980)
2. West African School Certificate (1985)
3. B.Sc Accounting (2nd class upper) 1991
4. M.Sc Economics (Finance) 1997
5. Ph.D Finance (2010)

Professional Qualifications with Dates:
1. Associate, Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (ACIB) 2017
2. Dealing Clerk Nigerian Stock Exchange 2009
3. Associate, Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (ACS) 2007
4. Associate, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (ACTI) 2007
5. Associate, Institute of Capital Market Registrars (ACMR) 2006
6. Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (FCA) 2004

Work Experience from Date & Status of First Appointment
1. Lecturer, Department of Accounting and Finance, Plateau School of Accountancy Jos. 1992 – 1998
2. Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Lagos State University (Anthony Campus) 1999 – 2001
3. Head, Research, Lombard Assets Management Ltd Abuja, 2002
4. Director of programmes, Lombard Finance Institute, Abuja 2003
5. Assistant Lecturer to Professor, Nasarawa State University Keffi. 2003/2004 to date. Key subjects taught include Principles of Finance, Corporate Finance/Financial Management, Securities Analysis, Portfolio Management, Public Finance, Introduction to capital markets, Managerial Economics, Macroeconomics, Research Methodology, Principles & Practice of Banking, Financial Reporting
6. Director, Office of the Chief Economist, Securities and Exchange Commission Nigeria 2019

Present Employment, Status, and Employer
Professor of Finance & Capital market, Office of the Chief Economist, Securities and Exchange Commission, Director

Extra Curricula Activities, Community Service and Other Relevant Information
1. Member, Imo State Transition Technical Committee (Finance committee) 2019
2. Chairman, Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, Abuja branch 2019
3. President, Association of Capital Market Academics of Nigeria 2018
4. HOD Banking & Finance Department, Nasarawa State University 2016- 2019
5. Director, Quality Assurance, Nasarawa State University 2018– 2019
6. Deputy Director, Research Nasarawa State University 2017
7. Member, Nigerian Stock Exchange Branch Advisory Council 2017 – 2019
8. National Universities Commission (NUC) Accreditation Team member for the Post Graduate Faculty of Administration Programmes of Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife (Oct. 2014); Bowen University (Oct. 2014) and University of Ibadan (Oct. 2014).
9. National Universities Commission (NUC) Accreditation Team member for the undergraduate Accounting, Banking & Finance Programmes of University of Mkar Benue State, 2011, Gombe State University, 2011; Bishop Okoye University Enugu, 2012; Enugu State University of Science and Technology 2012; Ajayi Crowther University Oyo, Nov 2012; Cross River University of Technology September, 2015; Joseph Ayo Babalola University Osun State, March 2016; Gombe State University, May 2017.
10. Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) Accreditation visitation Team member to the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) Academy Abuja Sept 2016
11. External Moderator for the Master in Banking and Finance Programme of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria 2014 to 2016.
12. Chief Examiner, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) Business and Finance paper, 2015 to 2016
13. HOD Accounting Department, Nasarawa State University 2016
14. Examiner for the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) Corporate Finance paper 2010
15. Member, Senate technical committee on examination results, Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK). 2010
16. Author and Composer of Nasarawa State University (NSUK) Anthem
17. Lead Consultant to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Nigeria on the review of the Africa and Middle East Capital Markets Resource Book and the Nigeria’s Fixed Income Market Publication 2014
18. Financial Consultant to the World Bank sponsored Nigeria-Africa Stockpiles Programme Mid-Term Report on Financial Management component 2009
19. Team leader in the production of Partners’ Review Report: a survey of Micro Finance Institutions in Nasarawa and Niger states commissioned by the German Technical Co-operation (gtz). 2006
20. Member Editorial Board of the “Nigerian Journal of Securities Market” an International Journal published by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Abuja
21. Member, Team of Reviewers, Central Bank of Nigeria Bullion magazine
22. Served as Resource Person to the Financial Services and the Monetary Policy Departments of the Central Bank of Nigeria 2016 – 2018
23. Mentored and still mentoring post graduate students of Banking & Finance, Management and Accounting in both Nasarawa State University Keffi and the National Open University of Nigeria. Supervised over 10 PhD theses.
24. Makes regular appearances in national TV and radio programmes on Finance and economy. Columnist for the PUNCH and Business Day Newspapers
25. Proficient in Word Processing, Excel, and PowerPoint/ use of statistical computer packages. Possess sufficient research exposure in both Academic and Industry Practice

Prize
The Better Life for Rural Women First-Lady (Maryam Babangida) Prize for excelling in Essay competition organized for the 1991/1992 Corp Members throughout Nigeria.

Professional Conference Participation (Local)
1. Annual & Regional conferences of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria
2. Annual conferences of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers
3. Annual conferences of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria
4. Annual conferences of the Nigeria Economic Society
5. Annual conference of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria
6. Nigerian Economic Summit Group

Conference Participation (International)
1. World Congress of Accountants Rome Italy November 2014
2. ICAN-USA 2nd International Conference, Las Vegas August 2015
3. ICAN UK Conference. London, March 2017
4. Quality Assurance Conference for Directors of Quality Assurance of African Universities, 2018 Cameroun
5. Capital Market Conference, UAE, 2018
6. Capital Market Conference, Seoul, South Korea 2019

List of Publications
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
1. Uwaleke U. & Fasua K. (2016) ‘’Effect of Pressure on Fraud in Quoted Deposit Money Banks in Nigeria’’ in Nigerian Journal of Accounting Research vol 3 no 1. a publication of department of Accounting, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.
2. Uwaleke U. & Banyigyi N. (2015) ‘’Impact of credit risk on the profitability of selected deposit money banks in Nigeria’’ in KASU Journal of Accounting Research and Practice vol 4, no1, a publication of department of Accounting, Kaduna State University pg 151 – 158
3. Uwaleke U. & Udenwa T. (2015) ‘’Capital market financing for SMEs: Pathway to inclusive growth in Nigeria’’ in Journal of Research in Management and Social Sciences, vol 1, no 1 a publication of College of Management Sciences, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture Umudike. Pg 252 – 262
4. Uwaleke U. & Jatto M (2015) ‘’ Effect of product diversification in capital structure of selected companies in Nigeria’’ in Abuja journal of business and management vol 1, a publication of the department of business administration, University of Abuja pg 96 – 107
5. Uwaleke U. & Barnabas S. (2015) ‘’Testing the Pecking Order Theory of Capital Structure in Quoted Non-Financial Firms in Nigeria, Journal of Management, Research and Development vol 4 no 1 pg 135 -144
6. Uwaleke U. & Nwala M. (2015) ‘’Effect of Remittances on Nigeria’s economic growth’’ in NSUK Journal of Banking and Finance Research vol 2, no 1
7. Uwaleke U. (2015) ‘’The 2014 Pension Reform Act: Key Issues and Tax Implications’’ in Journal of Global Accounting a publication of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka
8. Uwaleke U. & Jim-Suleiman S. (2014) ‘Profitability and Competition in the Nigerian Banking Sector’ in The Nigerian Accountant vol 47, no 2 April/June.
9. Uwaleke U. & Nwala M. (2013) “An Assessment of the Impact of FDI on SME Growth in Nigeria” in the ESUT Journal of Accountancy, vol 4, no 2 December, a publication of the department of Accounting, Enugu State University of Technology.
10. Uwaleke U. & Yua P. (2013) “Effects of Exchange Rates on stock prices in Nigeria: An Empirical Analysis” in KASU Journal of Accounting Research, vol 1, no 2
11. Uwaleke U. & Fasua O. (2012) “Financial failure: Is risk management or weak corporate governance the catalyst?” in the Nigerian Accounting Horizon (a publication of the University of Jos) vol 5, no 2
12. Uwaleke U. & Udenwa T. (2011). “Challenges and prospects of the Nigerian sovereign wealth fund” in the Journal of Finance and Accounting Research vol. 3, no. 1
13. Uwaleke U. & S. Suleiman (2011) ‘Fiscal Federalism in Democratic Nigeria: Challenges and Way Forward’ in Bingham Journal of Social and Management Studies, vol. 2 no. 1
14. Uwaleke U. & G. Okorie (2010) “An overview of Financial Sector Reforms and Intermediation in Nigeria” in Bullion, a publication of the Central Bank of Nigeria, vol 34, No 2 April – June.
15. Uwaleke U. & I. Umaru (2010) “Determinants of Road Traffic Accidents in Nigeria: Simulation of the Impact of Policy Options” in International Journal of Administration and Development Studies, a publication of the department of Public Administration University of Maiduguri, vol 1
16. Uwaleke U. & I. Umaru (2010) “The Effectiveness of Mortgage Financing in Stimulating Investment in the Housing Sector in Nigeria” in Bingham Journal of Social and Management Studies, a publication of Bingham University, vol 1 no 1.
17. Uwaleke U. (2009) ‘Is there a January effect in the Nigerian capital market’? in Journal of Finance and Accounting Research, Department of Accounting, Nasarawa State University Keffi, vol 1 no 1
18. Uwaleke U. & M. Oluba (2009) “Global financial crises: origin, impact and lessons for Nigeria’s monetary policy” in Journal of Finance and Accounting Research’, a publication of department of Accounting, Nasarawa State University Keffi, vol 2
19. Uwaleke U. & J. Ihemeje (2008) ‘The Impact of unethical marketing practices on the performance of Nigerian Banking Industry’ in African Journal of Management studies, vol 2, no 1
20. Uwaleke U. & S. Adegoke (2007) ‘Multinational corporations and the development of host countries: The Nigerian experience’ in Journal of Management, Research and Development, Department of Business Administration, Nasarawa State University Keffi, vol 1, no 1
21. Uwaleke U. & J. Ihemeje (2007) ‘Education as a basic tool for value re-orientation in Nigeria’ in the Keffi Journal of Educational Studies, vol 2, no.1, a publication of the Faculty of Education, Nasarawa State University, Keffi
22. Uwaleke U. (2006) ‘The Crises of External Debt Management In Nigeria: Issues and Challenges’ in the Nasarawa State University Journal of Admin. vol.1; no. 2
23. Uwaleke U. & W. Ndubuisi (2005) ‘New Capitalization for Banks: Implications for the Nigerian economy’ in the Adamawa State University business Journal. vol.1; no.1
24. Uwaleke U. (2005) ‘The Role of the Professional Accountant in Capital Market Development’ in the Nasarawa State University Journal of Admin. vol; no.1

Text Books
25. Uwaleke U. & Ugochukwu N. (2017) Financial Reporting Professional Printing Ltd. Abuja
26. Uwaleke U. & Udenwa T. (2015) Understanding the Nigerian Financial System, Pearl PortHarcourt.
27. Uwaleke U. & J. Itseuwa (2014) An Insight into Nigerian the Capital Market, Insight Publications, Abuja
28. Uwaleke U. & M. Tanko (ed) Financial Management and Strategic Decisions: Text & Readings (2012) Fix impressions Ltd Abuja
29. Uwaleke U, Mainoma M. & C. Udora (ed). Contemporary Issues in Capital Market Studies (2011).Onaivi press, Abuja
30. Uwaleke U. & G Uwaleke (2007) Essentials of Managerial Economics, Jimkev publishing, Lagos.
31. Uwaleke U. (2007) Writing Your Final Project Onaivi Press
32. Uwaleke U. (2007) Understanding Working Capital Management, Onaivi press, Abuja
33. Uwaleke U. (2006) How to Analyze Company Financial Statements, Onaivi Press
34. Uwaleke U. & J. Ihemeje (2006) Fundamentals of Business Economics and Finance for Management Decisions, Adeosun Press
35. Uwaleke U. (2005) How To Develop A Business Plan for Small Scale
Enterprises, Onaivi Press.

Conference Proceedings/Chapter Contributions in Books
37 Uwaleke U. & Bagobiri E. (2016) ‘’Examining personality trait factors influencing entrepreneurial intention among students of tertiary institutions in Kaduna State’’ in proceedings of the Annual International Entrepreneurship Conference organized by the Entrepreneurship Research & Development Centre, Kaduna State University, July 27-28
38 Uwaleke U. & Elikwu M. (2016) ‘’Equity Investment Financing and Operational Capacity Development of SMEs in Nigeria’’ in proceedings of the Annual Entrepreneurship Development and Leadership International Conference, University of Abuja, April 26- 30
39 Uwaleke U. & Udenwa T. (2015) ‘’Impact of microcredit on the growth of women-owned businesses in Keffi, Nasarawa State’’ in proceedings of the 1st International Conference organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences, Nasarawa State University Keffi.
40 Uwaleke U. (2015) ‘’Ethical Issues in the Nigeria Capital Market’’ in proceedings of the 5th International Conference organized by the Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University Keffi.
41 Uwaleke U. & Jato (2015) ‘’Examination of Accounting practices and reporting standards for SMEs in Nigeria’’ in proceedings of the 5th International Conference organized by the Faculty of Administration, Nasarawa State University Keffi.
42 Uwaleke U. (2012) “Financial Instruments, Derivatives and Hedge Accounting” being a paper presented at 2012 MCPD programme of the Association of National Accountant of Nigeria, Asaba March.
43 Uwaleke U. (2012). “Cash flow management” in Small Enterprises and Entrepreneurship Development Chuta E. (ed)
44 Uwaleke U. (2012) “Dissecting the shareholders’ wealth maximisation objective” in Financial Management & Strategic Decisions Tanko (ed)
45 Uwaleke U. (2012) “The capital market: Participants, products and processes” in Financial Management & Strategic Decisions Tanko (ed)
46 Uwaleke U. & A. Magaji (2012) “Efficiency in the context of capital market: Implication for financial management” in Financial Management & Strategic Decisions Tanko (ed).
47 Uwaleke U. (2012) “An overview of financial instruments and derivatives” in Financial Management & Strategic Decisions Tanko (ed)
48 Uwaleke U. (2011) “Stock returns and the monthly effect: empirical evidence from the Nigerian capital market” in Contemporary Issues in Capital Market Studies, Mainoma et al ed. Vol 1 no 1.
49 Uwaleke U. (2011) “Challenges and Prospects of Stock Exchange Demutualization” in Contemporary Issues in Capital Market Studies, Mainoma et al ed. Vol 1 no 1.
50 Uwaleke U. & C. Udora (2011) “An overview of the Nigerian capital market: ISA 2007 in perspective” in Contemporary Issues in Capital Market Studies, Mainoma et al ed. Vol 1 no 1.
51 Uwaleke U. (2009) ‘Rebranding the Banking Sector: Issues in Corporate Governance’ being a paper presented at an international conference organized by the Marketing Academy of Nigeria, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria. October 20.
52 Uwaleke U. (2009) ‘Monolithic economy and diversification imperatives: a critical analysis of the Nigerian economy’ being a paper presented at the 4th Northern Districts Accountants’ Conference organized by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, 27th – 29th April
53 Uwaleke U. & J. Ihemeje (2008) ‘An empirical Investigation into the practice of Marketing Nigerian Insurance Products’ proceedings of a conference organized by the Department of Management Sciences, University of Jos with the theme: Globalization for Marketing in the 21st Century 16th -18th April.
54 Uwaleke U. & J. Ihemeje (2007) ‘Challenges of Strategic Planning in Non-profit-making organization’ in Readings in strategic management: emerging perspectives Nmadu ed. a publication of the department of management, University of Jos, Jos.
55 Uwaleke U. (2007) ‘Raising Capital Finance’ in Entrepreneurship studies, Sanda ed., a publication of the department of business admin. Nasarawa State University, Keffi.
56 Uwaleke U. (2007): ‘An overview of auditing in the public sector’ being a paper presented at a seminar organized by Federal Medical Centre Keffi, 18 September.
57 Uwaleke U. (2006) ‘Entrepreneurial Skills for Sustainable Livelihood: The Case of People Living with HIV/AIDS’ in HIV AND AIDS in Nigeria- caring for the infected and affected’ Otuka ed.
58 Uwaleke U. (2005) ‘Revenue Sharing Arrangements and the Oil-producing states: the Equity imperatives’ in Oil and Gas Issues in Nigeria. Sanda ed. Andex Press Ltd.
59 Uwaleke U. (2005) ‘Quick-fix solutions to the Niger Delta crisis’ in Oil and Gas Issues in Nigeria. Sanda ed. Andex Press Ltd.

Ph.D Thesis: Calendar effect on Stock Returns in the Nigerian capital market: an empirical analysis

Finance And Economy Articles published In National Newspapers
1. ‘’Deepening the stock market via derivatives: lessons from South Korea’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday April 17 2019 page 22
2. ‘’MPC rate cut and need for complementary fiscal measures, Wednesday April 10 2019 page 24
3. ‘’Building inclusive financial system via national microfinance bank’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday March 21 2019 page 10
4. ‘’Unlocking the potentials of the Nigeria Commodity Exchange’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday March 14 2019 page 11
5. ‘’Feb 23 Polls: a victory for the Keynesian school?’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday March 07 2019 page 11
6. ‘’Accelerating financial inclusion through the capital market’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday February 28 2019 page 10
7. ’Four-year election cycle as a drag on economic growth’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday February 20 2019 page 19
8. ’Why is the CBN not floating the naira?’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday February 13 2019 page 22
9. ’Tweaking Tradermoni scheme for better outcomes’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday February 06 2019 page 20
10. ’Dealing with barriers to financial inclusion’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday January 30 2019 page 20
11. ’Task before new minimum wage committee’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday January 16 2019 page 28
12. ‘’Why Osinbajo should chair council for capital market master plan’’ in THISDAY January 10 2019 page 30
13. ’2019 Budget: concerns, nuts and bolts’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Tuesday January 01 2019 back page
14. ’Bear stock market: Any breather from Santa Claus?’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Wednesday December 19 2018 back page
15. ’2019 Budget: A stitch in time saves nine’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday December 13 2018 page 10
16. “Realigning the mix between income and consumption taxes” in The PUNCH, Wednesday November 28 2018 page 21
17. “New minimum wage will spur capital market growth” in The BUSINESSDAY Wednesday November 21 2018 back page
18. “Any capital market solution to varsity funding” in The PUNCH, Wednesday November 14 2018 page 22
19. “Halting the decline in external reserves” in The PUNCH, Wednesday November 07 2018 page 28
20. “Refinancing Eurobonds isn’t a good strategy for Nigeria” in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 31 2018 page 28
21. ‘’ERGP: What role for religious bodies’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Tuesday October 23 2018 back page
22. ‘’A case for tax regularization of offshore assets’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday October 18 2018 page 10
23. “Is the CBN crying wolf about the economy?” in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 10 2018 page 22
24. “Hidden economics in the botched Nigeria Air project” in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 03 2018 page 22
25. ‘’Equity crowdfunding: an idea whose time has come’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Tuesday August 28 2018 back page
26. ‘’On the growing concerns over debt sustainability’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday August 23 2018 page 10
27. “Nigerian capital market has great potential” in The GUARDIAN, Thursday August 16 2018 page 26
28. ‘’The Auditor-General’s report and the voice mail syndrome’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Wednesday August 08 2018 page 11
29. “CBN DCRR: Beyond the primacy of price stability” in The PUNCH, Wednesday August 01 2018 page 20
30. ‘’2018 Budget: What’s in it for the capital market’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Wednesday July 25 2018 back page
31. ‘’Shielding the stock market from US-China trade conflict’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday July 19 2018 page 10
32. ‘’Capital market growth: Any role for the CBN?’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Wednesday July 11 2018 back page
33. ‘’Borrowing from Banks for capital projects creates funding mismatch’’ in THISDAY, Monday June 25 2018 pages 28-29
34. ‘’How the government can lift the capital market’’ in The BUSINESSDAY, Friday June 08 2018 page 33
35. “NBS Q1 2018 GDP Report: the stock market does not lie” in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday May 24 2018 page 10
36. “Shielding the economy from adverse effects of smuggling” in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday May 17 2018 page 11
37. “CBN’S innovative approach to non-oil export financing” in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday May 02 2018 page 11
38. “AFCFTA as tailwind for economic growth in Nigeria” in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday April 19 2018 page 11
39. “Strengthening the financial sector through regulation” in The PUNCH, Wednesday March 28 2018 page 19
40. “CBN and the debate on CEO duality” in The PUNCH, Wednesday March 07 2018 page 19
41. “DMBS and the option of ‘homemade dividends” in The PUNCH, Wednesday February 28 2018 page 19
42. “Leveraging UK ‘pre-approved’ status for the naira” in The PUNCH, Wednesday February 21 2018 page 19
43. “Deficit financing: is panda bond still on the cards?” in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday February 14 2018 page 11
44. “Low budget transparency ranking as a wake-up call” in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday February 08 2018 page 11
45. “DMBS and credit to the real sector: beyond moral suasion” in The BUSINESSDAY, Thursday February 01 2018 page 11
46. “NBS inflation figure for December appears understated” in The BUSINESSDAY Thursday January 25 2018, page 11
47. “US$40BN reserves: is the naira not undervalued?” in The PUNCH, Wednesday January 17 2018 page 19
48. “Striking the right balance in fuel pricing” in The BUSINESSDAY Thursday January 11 2018, page 11
49. “Stock market wish list for the government in 2018” in The BUSINESSDAY Thursday January 04 2018, page 11
50. “My predictions for the economy in 2018” in The PUNCH, Wednesday December 27 2017 page 19
51. “$1BN ECA withdrawal to fight B/haram: how justified?” in The PUNCH, Wednesday December 20 2017 page 19
52. “Linking funding of universities to the ERGP” in The PUNCH, Wednesday December 13 2017 page 19
53. “Economic recovery: now that the night seems over…” in The PUNCH, Wednesday December 06 2017 page 19
54. “2018 Budget proposals: facts behind the figures” in The PUNCH, Wednesday November 29 2017 page 19
55. “BVN: Time to wield the big stick” in The PUNCH, Wednesday November 08 2017 page 19
56. “States’ fiscal cliff: will the Paris club refund make any difference?” in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 25 2017 page 19
57. “The real issue in Nigeria’s debt story” in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 18 2017 page 19
58. “Whither the 2017 budget?” in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 11 2017 page 19
59. “Why is the MPC not making a rate cut?” in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 04 2017 page 19
60. “Tackling weak corporate governance in banks” in The PUNCH, Wednesday September 27 2017 page 19
61. “CBN’s 41 items and the rebirth of import substitution” in The BUSSINESSDAY, Thursday September 21 2017 page 11
62. “Recession exit: CBN as the major game in town” in The PUNCH, Wednesday September 13 2017 page 19
63. “Reducing long queues at ATMS during festive periods” in The PUNCH, Wednesday September 06 2017 page 19
64. “NBS report: changing the narrative on capital importation” in The PUNCH, Wednesday August 30 2017 page 19
65. “Hate speech is bad for the economy” in The PUNCH, Wednesday August 23 2017 page 19
66. “Public debt burden: Dollar-backed T-Bills as a breather” in The PUNCH, Wednesday August 16 2017 page 19
67. ‘’Why does it matter to demutualize the stock exchange’’ in The GUARDIAN Thursday, July 27 2017, page 38
68. ‘’Powering the capital market through Financial Literacy’’ in The GUARDIAN Tuesday, July 4 2017, page 38
69. ‘’ERGP and Growth prospects for the banking sector’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday June 28 2017 page 21
70. ‘’Where is the 2016 Budget implementation report’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday June 14 2017 page 17
71. ‘’2017 budget implementation: time is of the essence’’ in The GUARDIAN Monday, June 5 2017, page 56
72. ‘’Spotlight on the national assembly 2017 budget’’ in BUSINESS DAY Friday, May 26 2017, page 10
73. ‘’CBN and the return of animal spirits” in BUSINESS DAY Friday May 12 2017, page 11
74. ‘’Reflections on the IMF Article IV consultation with Nigeria’’ in The GUARDIAN Wednesday, April 12 2017, page 13
75. ‘’Major threat to the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan’’ in BUSINESS DAY Monday March 20 2017, page 13
76. ‘’Why the $1billion Eurobond sale should be shelved’’ in BUSINESS DAY Wednesday February 1 2017, page 11
77. “IMF and the limits of forex reform’’ in The GUARDIAN Monday, January 23 2017, page XII
78. ‘’Will the stock market rebound in 2017?’’ in BUSINESS DAY Thursday 12 January 2017, page 11
79. ‘’Beyond the numbers: Reflections on Budget 2017 Proposal’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday December 28 2016 page 19
80. ‘’Achieving diversification through Economic Zones’’ In BUSINESS DAY Thursday December 15 2016 Back page.
81. ‘’Trump’s Presidency and outlook for stock market in Nigeria’’ In BUSINESS DAY Wednesday November 16 2016 page 10.
82. ‘’Proposed $30 billion loan: Avoiding the ‘Eurobond Curse’’’ In BUSINESS DAY Tuesday November 8 2016 page 10.
83. ‘’Nigeria and the IMF report: Does GDP size matter? In BUSINESS DAY Tuesday October 25 2016 page 11.
84. ‘’How realistic are the 2017 Budget Assumptions?’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday October 19 2016 page 20
85. ‘’Recession and the option of selling public assets’’ in BUSINESS DAY Wednesday September 28 2016 page 11
86. ’’Rethinking monetary policy in times of recession’’ in BUSINESS DAY, Thursday September 15 2016 page 11
87. ‘’Closing the gaps in the budget process’’ in The GUARDIAN, Wednesday August 31 2016, pg 26
88. ‘’Stagflation and the MPC’s Dilemma’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday August 10 2016, page 19
89. ‘’Taming the rising inflation in Nigeria’’ in BUSINESS DAY Thursday July 21 2016, page 10
90. ‘’Interrogating Nigeria’s Debt Management Strategy 2016- 2019’’ in The PUNCH, Wednesday July 6 2016, page 21
91. ‘’Implications of the new forex regime for the stock market’’ in BUSINESS DAY Thursday June 23 2016, page 10
92. ‘’Buharinomics and the Stock Market: Now the storm is over’’ in BUSINESS DAY Thursday June 2 2016, page 11
93. ‘’Improving Nigeria’s Ranking in the World Bank’s Doing Business Index’’ in The PUNCH, Monday May 9 2016, Back page
94. ‘’Bailout packages for state governments and the moral hazard problem’ in’ BUSINESS DAY Wednesday May 4 2016, page 11
95. ‘’A cursory glance at Nigeria-China currency swap deal’’ in The GUARDIAN, Thursday April 21 2016, page 17
96. ‘’2016 Budget: Any cheer for the capital market?’’ in BUSINESS DAY Wednesday April 13 2016 page 11
97. ‘’Universities as veritable channels of capital market literacy’’ in BUSINESS DAY Monday March 21 2016 page 10
98. ‘’2016 budget and the flip side of zero-based budgeting approach’’ in BUSINESS DAY Wednesday February 10 2016 page 11
99. ‘’Financing 2016 budget deficit: Between tax and debt options’’ in BUSINESS DAY Tuesday January 5 2016 page 11
100. ‘’Why naira devaluation at this time may be counter-productive’’ in BUSINESS DAY Monday December 7 2015 page 14

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We are an online publisher and event managers, we publish news, magazine, advertisment, etc. We undertake the followings: live-band, video and photo coverages for all events such as Traditional and White weddings, Religious and political rallies, church activities, burials and lots more, we also print fliers, posters and flexes of all kinds and sizes, we also promote goods, companies and businesses, we handle online live coverages to all social media. Our company also manage and promotes gospel artists, we record and market music albums.

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