- Ecobank Nigeria will host a webinar on May 5, 2023, featuring Yemi Kale, a former head of the National Bureau of Statistics and current partner and chief economist at KPMG Nigeria.
- The webinar, titled “Maximising Your Income: The Power of Diversification,” aims to teach participants how to grow and manage their income.
- The event is open to individuals, salary earners, small businesses, self-employed people, and other interested parties.
Saving for a bad day is one of the things that keeps people up at night. This worries people with low incomes who think that what they make isn’t enough to cover their wants.
But if they try to join an online workshop put on by Ecobank Nigeria on May 5, 2023, their ideas about how to grow and control their income might change.
The lender said it is asking Mr. Yemi Kale, who used to be the head of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) and is now a partner and chief economist at KPMG Nigeria, to talk about “Maximising Your Income: The Power of Diversification.”
The goal of the event is to teach people how to make more money and keep track of it. Oluyemisi Ogunmola, who is the managing director of EDC Fund Management Limited, would be there as well.
Victor Yalokwu, who is in charge of personal banking at Ecobank Nigeria Limited, and Daberechi Effiong, who is in charge of consumer products at Ecobank Nigeria, are two others.
Mrs. Korede Demola-Adeniyi, who is the Head of Consumer Banking at Ecobank Nigeria, said that the webinar would focus on practical financial planning tips for maximising income and how customers and members of the public can take advantage of this as they move through their financial lives.
“I’m pleased by the quality of the people who were chosen to speak at this webinar. They have a lot of knowledge and know a lot about the subject. I think they’ll do a good job with the theme.
“Dr. Yemi Kale, who is the keynote guest, is well-known and knows a lot about the topic. He’ll be joined by business experts from our Consumer Banking team and EDC, which is the Ecobank’s specialised finance arm, she said.
The banker said that the webinar is more proof that the bank cares about its customers’ financial well-being. She urged the bank’s customers and non-customers to sign up for the webinar and take part in it fully, telling them that what they would learn would have a big impact on their lives and businesses.
She said, “Given the way things are now, most people are looking for the best ways to manage and grow their resources.” This webinar gives us a chance to show that we care and are bold enough to help people talk about how to grow and make the most money.
“We will also talk about the perks of having different sources of income. We have brought together experts in their fields, like Dr. Kale, to share their knowledge and experience. It’s important to know that our customers are not the only ones who can join this session. It’s for everyone. All of them will find it very valuable and important. You can register via https://forms.office.com/r/HHJfF3V7YP.”
Further, Mrs. Demola-Adeniyi said that the webinar is for individuals, salary earners, small businesses, self-employed people, and other interested parties. She also said that it will provide a guide to investment in key sectors and the bank’s services to help customers get the most out of the current financial landscape.
Ecobank Nigeria Ltd. is a part of the Ecobank Group, which is the largest private banking group in Africa. At its more than 200 branches and 50,000 Xpress Point locations in Nigeria, Ecobank Nigeria offers a full range of financial services and solutions to its clients in consumer, commercial, corporate, and investment banking.
In 1985, the Ecobank Group was set up to help bring about financial unity and social and economic growth in Africa. With offices in France, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and China, as well as 35 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, we have the most knowledge and experience in Africa. The Ecobank pan-African app is a single point of entry for payments, managing cash, trading, and investing in Africa and beyond.The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Financial Watch. Every investment and trading move involves risk. You should conduct your own research when making a decision.
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