The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria has announced plans to induct at least 407 newly qualified Associates Chartered Bankers, and 895 Microfinance Certified Bankers into the Associateship and Microfinance Certified Bankers categories of the institute.
The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) is set to welcome 407 newly qualified Associates (Chartered Bankers) and 895 Microfinance Certified Bankers into their respective categories during an upcoming induction ceremony.
Head of corporate communications announces CIBN induction
The announcement was made through a statement issued by Folake Akintayo, the Head of Corporate Communications and Brand Management.
The induction event not only serves as a formal recognition of these professionals but also offers a platform for stakeholders to assess the evolving landscape of work within the professional realm.
With the financial sector undergoing rapid transformations, the event intends to gather global bankers and financial experts to discuss the changing dynamics of work and strategize for maintaining international relevance.
Under the theme “The Dynamics of Work and Current Realities: The Way Forward for Financial Service Professionals,” the program seeks to navigate the challenges of a fast-paced, ever-changing financial environment.
In addition to the induction, the event will include the acknowledgment of candidates who have demonstrated exceptional performance in various categories of the institute’s examinations.
Expected to grace the occasion are prominent figures in the financial realm, including Lamido Yuguda, the Director-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Mustafa Chike-Obi, the Chairman of the Bank Directors Association of Nigeria.