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Thoughts & Insights
insights
October 2015
Financial institutions with better customer service not only have higher customer retention but also outperform peers in earnings and profitability.


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insights
December 2014
Nigeria's insurance industry is yet to unlock or tap a very huge potential market.


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insights
December 2014
Firms with superior cost reduction strategy clearly out-perform their rivals.


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insights
November 2014
Dicover how a small/medium bsuiness or a start-up can meet its financing needs despite the numerous challenges and limitations posed by the formal and informal sources of funding.


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Industry Reports
Gas Industry
May 2013
The Nigerian gas sector portends a massive investment opportunity. With increasing focus on the Nigerian gas local market, and attempts to cut gas flaring in addition to the government's policy to privatize the power sector, the Nigerian gas sector's outlook is a boost for gas production and utilization.

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Transport Industry
May 2013
Investments in Nigeria's transportation infrastructure were estimated to be worth about N213bn in 2012, and are expected to reach N300bn by 2014. The opportunity for investments is huge, with potentially attractive returns, given the wide supply-demand gap.

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Housing Industry
May 2013
The estimated gap in Nigeria housing is about 17 million units. The investment opportunity is worth about N60 trillion with potentially attractive returns, given the growing wide supply-demand gap.

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Agric Industry
May 2013
Agriculture is a vital contributor to the Nigerian economy; employing over 70% of the population and contributing an average of 40% to GDP. However, years of neglect towards this sector, has seen Nigeria loose its position as a net exporter of agricultural products to that of a net importer. This has led to the closure or under capacity utilization of most agriculture-dependent industries in the country. Also, importation of food and agricultural products have served as a constant drain pipe to the Federal Government in form of subsidy and waivers. Nigeria, spends over one trillion Naira in the importation of Wheat (N635bn), Rice (N356bn), Sugar (N217bn) and Fish (N97bn) every year. Importation; growing at an annual rate of 11% is unsustainable. It displaces local production and farmers, put pressure on the Naira and generally hurt the economy.

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