Leadway’s Agribusiness Risk Management Seminar Moves to Northern Nigeria
In a bid to consolidate its lead in Risk Management and Solutions in Agribusiness in Nigeria, Leadway Assurance Company Limited has concluded plans to host the second edition of its Agricultural Risk Management and Solutions seminar in Kaduna this September.
The seminar, slated to hold in Kaduna, on September 22, 2016, promises to be more enlightening and informative, providing handy and effective risk management solutions that would stand the test of time.
Expected beneficiaries from the programme include stakeholders in the Agribusiness such as large-scale farmers, investors and financiers, agribusiness consultants, insurance brokers, risk surveyors, loss assessors and adjusters working within the Agribusiness value chain.
Though admission to the seminar is free, would-be participants are expected to register ahead of time by clicking: This link
It would be recalled that Leadway Assurance Company Limited, on June, 2016, engineered the first edition of the Risk Management and Solutions Seminar held in Lagos.
The event brought together agricultural entrepreneurs from different specializations like fish farming, poultry, crop farming, livestock farming etc.
Speakers at the seminar included the Head, Agriculture and Micro Insurance Unit, Leadway Assurance Company Limited, Dr. Samson Ajibola and Head of Agriculture, Reinsurance Africa, Lovemore Forichi.
Mr. Bode Opadokun, Managing Director of the Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation (NAIC) highlighted the pending risks of having an Agribusiness in areas more prone to disease outbreak and other natural disasters, stressing the need for Agribusinesses to be insured by a reliable insurance provider against impending risks.
Similarly, the Executive Director, General Business, Leadway Assurance, Adetola Adegbayi, at the Lagos seminar, emphasized the need for those in Agribusiness to seek cover for the risks involved. “We want to ensure that those who invest in Agribusiness and fall into loss situations are empowered to continue their business,” she said.