NBA-SBL “Business Unusual” 2020: U.S. Senator William “Mo” Cowanto join conversations at 14th Conference as Keynote Speaker
The Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL) has announced that U.S. Senator William “Mo” Cowan (retired) is the Keynote speaker for its first-ever-Conference themed, “Business Unusual: Digital Acceleration for Growth in a New World”, which is scheduled to hold on 16th– 17th July, 2020
Retired Senator Cowan is currently the President, Global Government Affairs and Policy (GAP) and Developed Markets for General Electric Co. (GE), and responsible for directing the company’s government relations and public policy engagement.
Under Cowan’s direction, the GAP team leads on all aspects of international economic policy including trade, investment, cross-border transactions, international tax, advocacy, anti-corruption, government procurement, investment screening (CFIUS), foreign affairs and national security, to name a few.Mr. Cowan also leads the Global Growth Organizational (GGO) national executive teams in Canada and Europe. As GGO leader for Canada and Europe, Mr. Cowan leads the in-country corporate teams supporting GE’s portfolio businesses in two of the Company’s largest markets.
During his Senate, Cowan served on the Senate Agriculture, Commerce, and Small Business Committees, and co-chaired the Subcommittee on Nutrition, Specialty Crops, Food and Agricultural Research (Commerce Committee). Prior to his Senate appointment, Cowan served Massachusetts Governor, Deval L. Patrick in a variety of leadership positions, including Chief Legal Counsel, Chief of Staff, and Senior Advisor.
Cowan’s attendance of the 14th Annual Business law Conference was disclosed in an exclusive chat with the Chairperson of the NBA-SBL, Seni Adio, SAN and the Chair of the 14h Annual Business Law Conference, Ozofu Ogiemudia.
Seni Adio, SAN, said, “The NBA-SBL intends to maintain its quest to be dynamic, ingenious, resourceful, catalytic, and foster specialization. The SBL will deploy technology that will make this e-Conference one for the ages. Though virtual, it will still be what I call VIRTUALRACTIVETM. It will be Virtual Active because we intend to deploy technology that would enable delegates to “move” between sessions and not be “locked” into specific sessions. It would also allow for all sorts of business, as well as social networking.”
The Conference Chair, Ozofu Ogiemudia, added that, “The conference topics will focus on issues such as charting a path for an alliance between public and private sectors in order to strike the correct balance between the regulatory function of government and collaborative initiatives with the business community. We will also discuss business continuity in times of crisis, the digital workforce and accelerating remote productivity.”
The NBA Section on Business Law (SBL) is the special arm of the Nigerian Bar Association, which engenders the development of commercial law and specialised commercial law practice in Nigeria.The section currently has 21 committees who focus on specialized areas of commercial law practice and addressing issues from different sectors of the Nigerian economy. Through its committees and strategic partnerships with the public and private sectors, the section organises periodic workshops, seminars and training programmes for members, with a view to promoting commercial and business interests in Nigeria.
Follow this link to register for the conference: www.nbasblconference.org/
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