Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria
CIBN accredits CBN Learning Centre, 27 others
• Rolls out new syllabus for banking, finance education The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), has awarded Certificates of Accreditation to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Learning Centre, its Bank Examiners Course, and 27 other institutions, including one Bank Academy, and 26 Education Training Service Providers (ETSP). According to CIBN, the accreditation…
CIBN to adopt remote online proctoring for its examinations
The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) has commenced plans to adopt remote online proctoring for the conduct of its professional banking and certification examinations.
Expert calls for holistic implementation of sustainable development strategies
Professor of Development Studies, Kayode Oyesiku said Nigeria’s march into the future was hinged on a holistic implementation of sustainable development strategies.
Lagos, CIBN discuss state’s infrastructure
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has said his administration will continue to provide a safe, secure and friendly environment for businesses to thrive while living up
Experts tip PSBs as tool to boost financial inclusion
Experts in Nigeria’s banking sector have tipped Payment Service Banks (PSBs), as an initiative that have the potential to usher in innovative payment solutions that can revolutionise the banking and financial services ecosystem, and narrow the financial exclusion gap of the country.
CIBN awards £16,000 scholarship to student
Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), has awarded a £16,000 (N6.224million) scholarship to Miss Okikioluwa Uzoma Oladipo, a graduate of Covenant University, who emerged the winner of the 2019 Chartered Banker MBA (CBMBA) Scholarship Award for the best graduating student in the linkage institutions.
Gowon, CBN chief, Olowu call for improved ethical banking
The call for strong ethical banking, as opposed to ethical dilemma, now besetting the financial sector, resonated at the Extra-ordinary Fellowship Investiture by the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), in Lagos, last Thursday. Two of CBN’s deputy governors- Aisha Ahmad, who charges the Financial System Stability Directorate and Edward Lamite, of Corporate Services…
CIBN seeks membership growth through strategic engagement
To drive membership growth, and strengthen professionalism, the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), Lagos State Branch, plans to introduce mutually beneficial partnerships, up skilling programmes and online digital educational models for the benefit of members. Chairman of the Branch, Mr. Peter Ashade, made the disclosure at the yearly general meeting (AGM), held at…
Afreximbank unveils digital ecosystem to capture $60b informal trade
African Export–Import Bank (Afreximbank) has said it is creating a digital ecosystem that will eliminate major bottlenecks to trade and financial flows within the continent. According to the bank, when completed, the platforms could triple the share of intra-African trade in Africa’s total trade and formalise significant proportions of the over $60 billion yearly informal…
Bank directors seek CIBN support on professionalism, ethics
Bankers under the aegis of Bank Directors’ Association of Nigeria (BDAN), have solicited the support of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), in the area of professionalism and ethics in the banking industry. The Institute’s corporation is necessary, as BDAN is planning to hold its conference by the second quarter of 2019,…