The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria brings expertise on economics and financial stability to the second annual event in Atlanta
ATLANTA – October 2, 20013 – Operation HOPE (HOPE) a nonprofit focused on financial dignity announced today that the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Dr. Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, will serve as Speaker at the HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit in Atlanta, November 13 – 14, 2013.
In partnership with the City of Atlanta the two-day summit, “Global Economic Recovery: How The Poor Can Help Save Capitalism,” will be held in Atlanta and is expected to draw 1,000 of the most dynamic and influential financial industry professionals, government decision-makers and faith leaders from more than 50 countries around the world. The goal of the Summit is to frame the issue of financial inclusion, small business, entrepreneurship, jobs, and financial dignity as essential core ingredients to mid and long-term economic recovery and stability.
Dr. Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu is the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria in charge of Financial System Stability. He is a member of the President of Nigeria’s National Economic Management Team (NEMT). Dr. Moghalu was the Founder and President of Sogato Strategies S.A., a global strategy and risk management consulting firm with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, and previously worked for the United Nations for 17 years in legal, strategic planning, development finance and executive management functions at duty stations in New York, Cambodia, Croatia, Tanzania and Switzerland.
Kingsley Moghalu is the author of three books including Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy’s ‘Last Frontier’ Can Prosper and Matter, and numerous articles in academic journals, newspapers and magazines. He has been frequently interviewed for CNN Television, BBC World TV, CNBC Africa and other global media.
During the summit, Moghalu will join with other leading entrepreneurs and internationally recognized thought leaders to participate in solution-driven discussions focused on improving the economic climate worldwide.
Since 1992, HOPE has helped put financial literacy on the national agenda and been at the fore front of moving financial literacy and economic empowerment forward. It has raised more than $1.5 billion of investment capital for underserved communities and providing services to over 2 million individuals in the last two decades.
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