The NBA-SBL strategic partners help us improve on the value we deliver to our members against eight priority areas.
NBA-SBL's strategic partnerships are non-exclusive. NBA-SBL does not make judgments on the quality or the performance of these companies. As our partners, they simply act as a first port of call for us to deliver value to our members in their respective areas of expertise. Any work with our partners operates within the boundaries of NBA-SBL's competition compliance policy.
In furtherance of its objectives, the NBA-SBL council in February 2015 engaged the registrar-general and management of the CAC for possible collaborations that would improve the operations of the commission, develop business practices in Nigeria and enhance the country’s ‘doing business’ profile globally.
An aftermath of that meeting was the establishment, in August 2015 of a joint working committee by the two bodies to promote regular and constructive engagements for the enhancement of business practice in Nigeria. The joint committee is in operation now and continues to have regular engagements on the enhancement of business practices in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) in collaboration with the SBL and ENABLE2 (an affiliate of the UK DFID) jointly reviewed the legislative, regulatory, and other associated instruments affecting the ease of doing business in Nigeria. The exercise was an initiative of the National Assembly (NASS) and the NBA-SBL team led by Mr. Seni Adio distinguished the NBA at the Stakeholders’ Forum organized by the NASS based on the incisive recommendations made and, notably, the commendations received from various stakeholders.