FIRST City Monument Bank, FCMB,
Limited has assured of its continued
support, through funding and other
initiatives, towards the growth
of export trade business and the
ongoing efforts of the government to
diversify the Nigerian economy with
focus on non-oil products. This, it
stated, is in recognition of the huge
resources available in the non-oil
sector and its capacity to accelerate national development.
The assurance was given by the
Bank’s Executive Director, Business
Development, Mr. Adam Nuru, at
the Customer Forum on Export Trade
with the theme, “Enhancing Capacity
for Export Growth”, held in Lagos
on Thursday, (November 5, 2015).
The interactive and capacity building
forum was organised by FCMB in
partnership with the Nigerian Export
Promotion Council, NEPC, Nigeria
Export-Import Bank, NEXIM, Bank
of Industry, BoI, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and
Control, NAFDAC, Nigeria Customs
Service, NCS, Nigeria Agricultural
Quarantine Services, NAQS, Federal
Inspection Agency for Solid Minerals,
Speaking at the forum, Mr. Nuru
said that the Bank has created various
windows of opportunity to assist
Nigerian exporters benefit optimally
from the exportation of products.
He listed some of the offerings of
the Bank in this regard to include

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