April 24, 2024

CSEA attends the 2024 IMF-World Bank Spring meetings

CSEA Executive Director, Chukwuka Onyekwena joined other prominent business thought-leaders, high-level government officials, and partners to discuss important economic and regulatory goals and also to examine ways to improve cooperation between the United States and Nigeria, during the 2024 IMF/World Bank spring Meetings.

The session involved an engagement by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) with several stakeholders, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Jefferies Group, and World Trade Organization, to enhance Nigeria’s economic alliances and policies.

The IMF/World Bank Spring Meetings, which is an annual gathering organized by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group, provides a forum for global leaders, policymakers, central bank governors, finance ministers, civil society organizations, and representatives from the private sector and academia to discuss critical economic and financial issues confronting the world.

This year, the Spring Meeting was themed ‘‘Vision to Impact’’, and was held in Washington D.C. from April 15 to 20 and featured various sessions and side events discussing key topics such as macroeconomic policy coordination, financial stability, debt sustainability, international trade, development finance, and the implementation of sustainable development goals.

Dr. Onyekwena was also joined by CSEA Communications Fellow, Evelyn Dan Epelle.




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