Institute unveils new identity
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) has unveiled its new corporate logo and visual identity that signify its leadership, resilience, indelible footprints, growth and dynamism.
Speaking at the unveiling event, tagged ‘The Renaissance Dinner,’ held in Lagos, the President of the Institute, Comfort Olu Eyitayo, said the new identity marked the consolidation of the immense contributions of the founding fathers and past presidents of the Institute.
Eyitayo described the accounting profession as dynamic, stating that the founders have firmly established a lasting legacy, which is the philosophy of keeping pace with the times.
She said: “In 56 years, ICAN has sustained its enviable status as the most influential and prestigious professional accountancy body in Africa. Our unmatched contributions to national development are the unique selling points that have accorded the Institute its enviable position.
“The ICAN brand is not just the toast of employers, but the products of the institute are distinguishing themselves across all sectors, public or private.
“Our gathering this evening is to witness the rebirth of ICAN. This rebirth further amplifies what we represent as an Institute: promotion of accuracy, integrity and the continuous and conscious drive to act in the public interest.
“We are here to witness the launch of the Institute into an era of greater dynamism and deeper inclusiveness across generations.