We offer our members the opportunity to expand their business priorities and partake in important policy debates that shape economic growth. We also provide our members with peer-to-peer networking opportunities with policymakers and key industry stakeholders domestically and internationally.
Our members come from various sub-sectors of the Financial and Professional Services sector which includes Banking, Insurance, Pensions, Capital Market Operators, Asset Management, Exchanges, Depositories, Clearing Houses, FinTech, Law, Accountancy, and Management Consulting.
This is our highest class of membership. Founding Members pay a one-off seed fund contribution.
The Ordinary Members’ class is categorised into Gold, Silver and Bronze, and is subject to annual membership subscription.
We value the engagement and involvement of all our members in EnterpriseNGR’s governance and advocacy. Members have several opportunities to participate in the Advisory Council, Board of Directors, and member committees on thematic issues in the Financial and Professional Services sector as well as other member-focused events, depending on their interest and membership category.
Members are at the forefront of EnterpriseNGR’s advocacy and have the opportunity to influence policy by engaging government, policymakers, and senior stakeholders on key issues facing Nigeria’s Financial and Professional Services sector.
EnterpriseNGR hosts events to engage with key stakeholders and position the sector in line with its objective to be the Financial Center for Africa. Members have the opportunity to host and attend EnterpriseNGR events in varying capacities.
Member organizations are given recognition during EnterpriseNGR’s events and stakeholder engagements; members’ logos and/or profiles are included on the member recognition page on the website and communication platforms and materials.
EnterpriseNGR will pursue interests and aspirations of members. An annual membership survey will collate feedback on what members consider most important within the broader set of EnterpriseNGR’s focused areas.
By engaging best governance practices, the management of EnterpriseNGR will exercise prudential management of resources and make available to members its annual financial statements.
Continuous engagements with members through a designated contact, usually the directorate of corporate affairs. This avenue will provide notifications and updates on EnterpriseNGR work and keep them abreast on new developments on a regular basis.
Member organizations with relevant competencies will be engaged to implement EnterpriseNGR’s major projects, including national and regional projects commissioned in partnership with global donor agencies and institutions.
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