English Português
Página Inicial Embaixador Historia Economia Politica Cultura Consular Contato FAQ
 


BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA UNDERTAKE
A STUDY TOUR OF BRAZIL FROM MAY 16TH-19TH, 2011.


The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, led the Board of Directors of the CBN on a Study Tour of the Federative Republic of Brazil from May 16th to 19th, 2011. The Study Tour was mainly in form of a high-powered Conference which was held in Brasilia, Brazil. The theme of the Conference was "Central Bank Effectiveness in the Modern Economy".

The Speakers at the Conference included the Governor of the CBN, Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the Governor of Banco do Brasil, Mr. Alexandre Antonio Tombini, the Deputy Governor (Operations) of the CBN, Mr. Tunde Lemo, Mr. Adrian Cooper, Chief Executive Officer of Oxford Economics, Mr. Armando Goncalves Armando, Senior Manager of Accenture, Brazil, Mr. Anton Pichler, the Head of Global Banking Research of Accenture and Mr. Sergio Foldes of BNDES, Brazil. The Chairperson of the Nigerian Senate's Committee on Banking and Finance, Mrs. Nkechi Justina Nwaogu, was also in attendance at the Conference.

The Governor of the CBN, Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi and members of his delegation took time off to visit the Chancery of the Embassy of Nigeria in Brasilia where they were hosted to a reception by the Charge D' Affaires of the Embassy, Mr. Abubakar Suleiman Abdul-Jalil and members of staff of the Embassy. The delegation was also conducted round the newly-constructed, magnificent edifice housing the Defence Section of the Embassy by the Deputy Defence Attache, Lieutenant-Colonel O.A. Adenuga. The Embassy hosted the delegation to a dinner on Tuesday, 17th May, 2011.

The study tour, which was successfully conducted, ended on Thursday, 19th May, 2011 and the delegation departed from Brazil to Nigeria on Friday, 20th May, 2011.

................. ................

................. ................

Embassy of Nigeria
Brasilia/DF - Brazil
Home Amassador History Economy Political Cultura Contact Us