Abbey Mortgage Bank, a primary mortgage bank in Nigeria, has organised a sustainable workshop for stakeholders of non-profit organizations to enhance financial sustainability and drive positive change within the civil society sector.
The event which was tagged “Financial Management: A Sustainability Tool for Non-Profit Organizations” held in Abuja recently, is aimed at creating impactful investment opportunities to aid sustainability efforts in line with SDG 17 which supports the implementation and revitalization of Global Partnership for sustainable development in the civil society.
The workshop was attended by prominent guests including Jubril Shittu, CEO of PPDC; Ayodotun Olutola, CEO of CCCRN; Hamza Lawal, CEO of CODE; and Gideon Olanrewaju, CEO of AREAi among other guests.
Speaking at the event, Bukola Ewedairo, group head, of non-profit organisations at Abbey Mortgage Bank, noted that, “Abbey Mortgage Bank is rightfully positioned to partner with institutions in the civil society by creating opportunities for long-term sustainable investment.
“We believe that non-profit organizations need to be strengthened to achieve their mission and this workshop was our way of collaborating to ensure that they can thrive especially with the volatilities in our local economy,” she said
Also speaking at the event, Mobolaji Adewumi, managing director of Abbey Mortgage Bank and a key speaker at the event, added that the company is creating an ecosystem where non-profits can flourish, contribute meaningfully to society and drive sustainable change.
“We are committed to helping individuals build wealth and attain financial empowerment and we are proud to collaborate with these distinguished leaders to make a lasting impact by supporting financial growth and empowerment,” he said.