Connect with us

Economy

CIBN inauguates 14 committees to drive activities

Published

on

CIBN inauguates 14 committees to drive activities

The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria(CIBN) on Monday in Lagos inaugurated 14 Committees of its Governing Council to strengthen operations and drive its activities.


Mr Nelson Olagundoye, Head, Corporate Communication and External Relations, CIBN, said in a statement that the committees comprised three Statutory, nine Standing and two Adhoc.

He said that the committees were comprised of members who had been in the service of the Institute for over five decades of its existence.

Speaking at the inauguration, the Chairman of Council, Mr Bayo Olugbemi, said the committees would be required to articulate new initiatives, ideas and strategies toward the actualisation of the strategic vision of the Institute.

He urged the members to deploy their expertise and wealth of experience to ensure the realisation of the Terms of Reference of their various committees for the next two years.

The CIBN President expressed gratitude to the 180 members who participated at the first virtual CIBN Committee Inauguration Programme, for accepting to sacrifice their time and resources to serve the Institute.

The Chairman, Business and Government Relations Group, Chief Femi Pedro, while responding on behalf of members of the Committees, expressed delight over array of personalities that the Institute attracted.

He described them as “great and eminent personalities” whose integrity had been proven to be of good records.

Pedro, therefore, pledged the committees’ support and commitment to the President and Institute.

Members of the Committees include: Mallam Isa Dutse, FCIB, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Finance; Chief Femi Pedro, FCIB, Chairman, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria; Mr U.K. Eke, FCIB Managing Director/Chief Executive, FBN Holdings; Mrs Osaretin Demuren, FCIB, Chairman, GTBank Plc and Bank Directors Association.

Others are: Mr Oscar N. Onyema, OON, CEO, Nigerian Stock Exchange; Sen. Ibrahim Rafiu, FCIB; Hon. Justice Olateru-Olagbegi; Mr Wale Raji, Managing Director/Chief Executive, Odua Investment Company Limited; Sen. Rafiu Ibrahim, FCIB; and Mr Bola Oyebamiji, FCIB, Commissioner for Finance, Osun, among others.

Edited By: Tayo Ikujuni/Oluwole Sogunle (NAN)

 

 

Lydia Ngwakwe: is a graduate and a professionally trained journalist, with experience in national news reporting/editing and verification at the News Agency of Nigeria. NNN is a Nigerian online news portal that publishes breaking news in Nigeria, and across the world. Our journalists are honest, fair, accurate, thorough and courageous in gathering, reporting and interpreting news in the best interest of the public, because truth is the cornerstone of journalism and they strive diligently to ascertain the truth in every news report. Contact: editor[at]nnn.com.ng

Salaries: NLC issues one week ultimatum to Bauchi State Government Sanwo-Olu congratulates Sen. Adeola at 51 Okowa charges new advisers to justify appointments COVID-19: IOM, ICC publish guidelines for protection of migrant workers Rep Hunpe says Lagos-Badagry Expressway, not abandoned project  COVID-19: Bua group donates 3 ambulances to Delta Govt. Gov. Sule urges Lafia residents to use Community Assemblies to foster unity CSOs raise alarm over growing incidents of rape for ritual Demand for CRVS low in Nigeria — NPC Chairman Oyetola seeks collective efforts against insurgency Kaduna CSO seeks more govt. funding to tackle rising health challenges among women, children  El Salvador to give immunity passport to those who recovered from COVID-19 RTEAN urges Gov Sanwo-Olu to intervene in tanker drivers’ strike Physically challenged persons to get automatic employment in Oyo–Gov’s aide FMDQ says new CAMA will change Nigerian financial markets Iran warns against “politicising” Beirut explosions German foreign minister wants South Korean participation in G7 summit Truck kills 2 undergraduates in Ekiti Blasphemy: Court sentences man to death by hanging in Kano Non-contact sports: Coaches, sports enthusiasts want sports centres reopened NTTF considers organising 2020 Nigeria Open before end of year Kaduna Govt sets Aug. 18, deadline for submission of 2021 expenditure proposals Abia APC Caucus expresses satisfaction with Buhari’s administration performance eTransact, Niger Insurance notify shareholders of delayed submission of financials Political Scientist urges Edo politicians to play games according to rules  Celtic given tricky tie in UEFA Champions League qualifiers, Red Star drawn away COVID-19: NITDA assures school of support on robot innovation Britain’s Prime Minister criticises new wave of migrant boat crossings Borussia Dortmund’s Sancho off to pre-season camp amid transfer speculation Alleged Insubordination : Nasarawa Assembly suspends LG boss JAMB says varsities, polytechnics, others can start Post-UTME test Sept. 7 Man docked over alleged N2.4m land fraud COVID-19 mortality cases rise to 200 in Lagos Gov. AbdulRazaq congratulates Olofa at 57 Police arraign man over alleged injury on woman during party meeting Italian bank becomes Atalanta sponsor after UBI take-over FRSC arrests 26 drivers over unlatched containers in Lagos, Ogun Czech Republic flat blaze being investigated as murder Banditry: Gov. Masari advocates re-introduction of village security council NIS arrests irregular Cameroonian migrant in C/River Atletico Madrid resume training as rest of squad test negative for COVID-19 America-based musician advises gospel artistes against arrogance NANS solicits police support to end rape in Enugu Edo 2020: Ize-Iyamu promises infrastructure devt, security in Esanland 2023: Aspirant says Plateau PDP needs positive reforms to recapture power Wages commission clarifies payment of salary, allowance, pension arrears WHO says over $100bn needed to ensure access to COVID-19 vaccines Nigeria innovation summit essential for businesses in critical times — Organisers COVID-19: Virologist stresses need for local production of PPEs C/River evaluates vulnerable households for CBT