Tag: Crusader Sterling Pensions

Nigeria pushes for transparency in govt owned enterprises

Nigeria is working to improve its performance in revenue collection and ensuring transparency through a new initiative where directors of finance and accounts will be deployed to selected federal government’s owned enterprises. Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor for this conversation.

Crusader Sterling Pensions: How Covid-19 will impact Nigerian pension funds in H2

Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions joins CNBC Africa for some insight on how Nigeria’s Pension Fund Administrators plan to weather the Covid-19 storm in the second half of the year.

UNCTAD: Global FDI to fall below $1trn first time since 2005

Global Foreign Direct Investment flows will decline by up to 40 per cent in 2020, from their 2019 value of $1.54 trillion, meaning that for the first time since 2005 global FDI will fall below 1 trillion dollars. This is contained in a recent report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. The report also projects a further 5 to 10 per cent decrease in global FDI in 2021. Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions joins CNBC Africa for more.

How COVID-19 impacts asset allocation strategy of pension funds

The National Bureau of Statistics is expected to release Nigeria’s pension asset data for the first quarter of the year, next week. Ahead of the release, we’ll take a look at how the global Covid-19 pandemic is impacting the asset allocation strategy for pension fund administrators. Joining CNBC Africa more is Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions.

Nigeria to borrow N2tn to fund infrastructure development

Nigeria’s National Economic Council (NEC) says the federal government has resolved to borrow two trillion from the current 10 trillion naira pension funds to finance the development of infrastructure. Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions joins CNBC Africa to discuss this story.

OMO Guideline: How are PFAs responding?

Following the new Open Market Operation (OMO) policy by the Central Bank of Nigeria restricting individuals and local corporates from participating, how are pension fund administrators adjusting to the new regulation? Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions joins CNBC Africa for more.

CBN Governor hints at no rate-cut this year

The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele has hinted that there might be no rate cut this year till 2020 pending a visible downward trend in inflation. To discuss this and other stories making the rounds in Nigeria at this hour, Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigeria eyes share of pensions for mortgage industry

Nigeria's National Pensions Commission and the Central Bank of Nigeria are currently exploring a framework where workers under the contributory pensions scheme can access 25 per cent of their contributions for personal home investments. Niyi Falade, CEO of Crusader Sterling Pensions joins CNBC Africa for more.
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