By Rosemary Onuoha
Regional Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Africa Middle East and Asia (AMEA), Ocorian, Mr. Richard Arlove, has charged the federal government to align its policies with the business community if the nation is to make remarkable progress.
Ocorian is an alternative investment, corporate and institutional, private client and international growth service provider.
Arlove who disclosed this at the maiden Ocorian Investment Forum in Lagos, noted that there is huge developmental impact of alternative investment on corporates, financial institutions and the development of the African continent.
He stated: “There should be an alignment of human capital, financial capital, and government capital. There is a need for all of the capital to be aligned properly to allow businesses grow in Africa.”
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