Kaduna Senator Introduces ‘Factoring Bill’ to Promote Nation’s International Businesses 

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Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial district,  Uba Sani disclosed on Monday that he would introduce ‘Factoring Bill’ to grow import and export businesses in Nigeria. 

Senator Sani who is the Chairman of Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Institutions, expressed hope that the proposed Factoring Bill will strategically serve as a catalyst for more financial flow in the trade sector as well as complementing the giant efforts of government in diversifying the nation’s economy.

Speaking at a meeting with the Nigerian Factoring Group at the National Assembly in Abuja,  the lawmaker was “delighted at the opportunity to robustly engage the Nigerian Working Group on Factoring and members of the African Working Group on the promotion of Factoring in Nigeria”. adsbygoogle || []).push({});

He further stated:  “As we are all  aware, Factoring is an essential component in international trade and plays a significant role in the promotion of of export and import activities of a country by providing the needed platform for businesses to accelerate their cash flow.

“Factoring Bill, if passed into law will also promote the integration of Nigeria into the global Factoring market and enhance contributions of Small and Mediums Enterprises. 

“SMEs to non-oil export trade, particularly within the context of African Continental Free Trade Area, thus hoping to support the diversification, objectives of the Federal Government of Nigeria under the Economic and Growth Plan”.

The meeting which was aimed at engaging strategically and forging a partnership to quicken the passage of the Nigerian Factoring Bill had  the managing Director, Intra-African Trade Initiatives, African Export-Import Bank, Secretary General of Factor Chain International (FCI), MD, Nigerian Export-Import Bank and representative of the Central Bank of Nigeria.    

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