THE CEO FORUM (AIHS2019)
The Real Estate CEO Forum is a peer advisory group offering Mortgage Bankers & Housing Finance Professionals – who are CEOs, Founders, and/or business owners – the opportunity to process challenges facing their respective organizations. It is a collaborative and supportive environment for leaders in Nigeria’s Real Estate Industry, Support Services and Mortgage Banks.
As the CEO of an organization, you’re constantly making decisions that affect both your organization and your community. It’s an enviable position to be in, and it requires many skills, much experience, and a lot of perspective – and no one knows that better than other people in your position. It is for this reason that the organizers of Abuja International Housing Show are offering Real Estate Industry CEOs the opportunity to benefit from the skills, experience, and perspective of their peers by registering and attending Africa’s largest housing Expo holding on July 23, 2019 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.
The Forum will provide participating CEOs an environment that uniquely leverages the Abuja International Housing Show Network to gain essential knowledge and foster a supportive community – with the goal of facilitating growth and lasting success of member institutions and organizations.
In a time of unprecedented change and opportunity, Mortgage Bank CEOs in particular are eager for a competitive advantage. The challenges facing a CEO are unique and best understood by, and shared with, other CEOs. The Abuja International Housing Show CEO’s Forum leverages the collective experience and knowledge of fellow business leaders from across the country Network to share and develop tactics, strategies, and solutions specific to member organizations and the Real Estate Industry.
Agenda topics include:
New Products and Opportunities
Lending and Credit Risk
Improving Sales and Service
Asset-liability and Investment Issues
Please, be advised to register promptly by filling form below. Securing of space is on first-come-first-served basis.