Session 1 (Socio-Economy): Distilling the Opportunities and Challenges of global risk and uncertainty to Nigeria’s Housing and finance markets
- A review of the Global Housing Market – Ibrahim Suleiman, SME Housing, PwC
- Reviewing the 2019 Political landscape and Its Impact on Housing – Ugochukwu Chime
- Sustainable Development of the Nigerian housing Market: Prospects for Private Equity & Debt Capital Companies – Sonnie Ayere
- Residential Real Estate Outlook Cause for Optimism? – Tayo Odunsi, CEO Northcourt
- Alternative Sources of Funding: Innovative structures for Diaspora housing delivery – Robert Hornsby, Co-Founder, American Homebuilders of West Africa
Session 2 (Financial Trends): Innovating and mitigating against risk and uncertainty in Housing finance
- Today’s Nigerian Mortgage Market: Lending Conditions and the Regulatory Environment – Agnes Tokunbo Martins
- Mortgage Refinancing and Affordability: Scaling up the reach – Kehinde Ogundimu
- Building a Global framework for foreign investments into Nigerian housing market – Andrew Chimphondah
- Democratizing Mortgage Finance – Niyi Akinlusi
- Foreign Capital for Housing Finance in Emerging Economies: The Ghana Home Loans Story – Dominic Adu
- Residential real estate valuation: A critical input element for guarding against systemic risk – Rowland Abonta
Session 3 (Innovation): Property Technology – NIGERIA PROPTECH
- Everything PropTech: Could this be the new path? – Roland Igbinoba
- Innovations at Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria – Ahmed Dangiwa
- Investing in Green Technology: Building Solutions for Escalating operating costs in housing developments – GM, Urban Shelter Ltd.
- Big Data and Analytics – A critical tool to improving residential real estate markets. Kecia Rust
- Closing the gap in affordable housing production: Increased efficiency and cost – Lew Schulman
- The Landscape of PropTech in Nigeria – Panel Session (A selection of 6 innovative Nigerian PropTech companies involved in housing)
The list above can be swapped by you (CEO, AIHS) at any time – depending on the need to bring in some people of your choice
Session 4 (Sustainability): Green Mortgage and Housing innovations in the era of risk and uncertainty
- Innovations in Residential Housing Development – Adapting to the Changing Market Demand (Case studies from Family Homes Fund) – Femi Adewole
- Sustainable Infrastructure financing for housing in Nigeria – Sa’adiya Aliyu Aminu
- Attractive Investment Climate for housing development: Guidelines from Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission – Ms. Yewande Sadiku
- The feasibility and performance of green energy buildings/technology: Improving energy use and the construction industry – IFC / IFC EDGE Consultants
Session 5 (Social Policy): Addressing Housing demand in the face of growing Joblessness and income inequality
- Panel Session – Housing the Poor
- Mr. Sam Odia
- Harmony Kunu
- Emmanuel Nelson
- Mrs. Medinah
- Mortgage Consumer Education as a tool to mitigating credit risk occurrence
- Innovations of subsidies and housing finance models for the low and medium income category – Olivia Cadwell
- Dealing with unplanned settlements and slum growth in our major cities – Banjo Obaleye
Session 6 – Panel Session: Advocacy – Which way forward Nigeria?
- Should government create possible subsidies for the growth of home ownership? If so, how should it be done?
- What are the implications of not enforcing guidelines and standards for operations in the real estate industry? Is this a priority as we speak? If so, how do we solve the problem?
- Can tenancy rights be termed ‘fair’ in Nigeria in relation to government demolitions and actions?
- Should local, state and federal government authorize greater portions of local revenues for housing assistance? How will this affect other sectors?
- How can we create a “Housing first” model to be effectively implemented by both the government and the private sector?
- What role(s) should government play in advocacy for adequate housing assistance and practical federal schemes?
- How can responsibility be allocated amongst government and regulatory institutions for ensuring availability of affordable housing? Is the current structure efficient enough?