The Regulatory Conversations event series was conceived in response to recent regulatory actions in Nigeria, after it became clear that a dialogue was needed to address the tensions created in the market and avoid negative impacts on the economy such as further declines in FDI flows, as a result of these regulatory actions.
The Convention on Business Integrity CBI, in association with Business Day Newspapers, Nigeria Economic Summit Group NESG, Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) and Action Aid Nigeria, held the first Regulatory Conversations event, a public-private dialogue aimed at promoting good corporate governance, integrity and sound practices in Nigeria aided by best regulatory practice, in September 2018.
The fifth edition of Regulatory Conversations (RC 5.0) series, themed “National Integrity Barometer: A Roadmap for 2020” took place on the 10th of December 2019. It addressed the various private-led integrity interventions in the systems and institutions in the Nation as well as provided the platform to discuss the effectiveness of the interventions.
Highlights from Regulatory Conversations 4.0: Discourse on CBN FX Restrictions on Food Imports, in line with its Business Action Against Corruption (BAAC) Mandate
On Tuesday, September 24, 2019, the Convention on Business Integrity (CBI) in partnership with ActionAid, Nigerian Economic Summit Group, Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Business Day Newspapers and Proshare hosted its 4th installment in the series of the “Regulatory Conversations”
This third Regulatory Conversations (RC3.0) focused on the activities of the Presidential Enabling Business Environment Council (PEBEC) and its operational arm, the Enabling Business Environment Secretariat (EBES) charged with the realisation of the initiatives.
The second edition of Regulatory Conversations with the theme “The Nigerian Regulatory Framework in the Maritime Sector”, held on Tuesday 15th January, 2019 in Abuja.
This forum, ‘The Role of Effective Nigerian Regulatory Actions in Attracting and Retaining Foreign Direct Investment’, held on 18 September 2018 in Lagos, was conceived as part of a new series of ‘Regulatory Conversations’ in response to recent regulatory actions in Nigeria.