Tag: Xcellon Capital Advisors

CBN to make forex available for activities boosting the economy

The Central Bank of Nigeria says it will make forex available for activities that would boost the economy and generate jobs. Chamberlain Peterside, CEO of Xcellon Capital Advisors joins CNBC Africa to discuss this and other headlines making the rounds in Nigeria.

Nigeria to cut 2020 budget by N1.5tn in light of COVID-19

Governments across the globe are pouring increasing stimulus packages into their economies to minimise the adverse impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Chamberlain Peterside, CEO of Xcellon Capital Advisors and Femi Oladehin, Investment Banking Partner at Argentil Capital Partners both join CNBC Africa to discuss Nigeria’s defence tactics against this pandemic.

Nigeria’s Senate passes record N10.59tn 2020 budget

Nigeria’s Senate has passed the record N10.59 trillion 2020 budget. The budget passed by Nigeria's parliament assumes a deficit of 1.52 per cent of the estimated Gross domestic product (GDP) – representing about N2.18 trillion to be financed through foreign and domestic borrowing. Chamberlain Peterside, CEO of Xcellon Capital Advisors joins CNBC Africa to unpack the budget.

Nigeria’s new cabinet: Who should make the cut?

President of the Senate of Nigeria, Ahmed Lawan says President Muhammadu Buhari could name his cabinet nominees as soon as this week. Chamberlain Peterside, CEO of Xcellon Capital Advisors joins CNBC Africa for more.

Nigeria receives $328mn loan from China to boost telecoms sector

China’s Export-import bank plans to provide 328 million dollars to boost Nigeria's telecoms infrastructure. Chamberlain Peterside, Chief Executive Officer of Xcellon Capital Advisors joins CNBC Africa to discuss the economic implications of a stronger China-Nigeria relationship.

Nigeria should invest more in vocational training – Xcellon Capital CEO

Nigeria should invest more in vocational training - Xcellon Capital CEO

Nigeria reports increase in foreign direct investment in Q3

Nigeria reports increase in foreign direct investment in Q3

Senate begins debate on 2018 Appropriation Bill

Senate begins debate on 2018 Appropriation Bill
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