President/Chairman of Council, CIBN, Mr. Segun Aina
In a bid to ensure that the growth of the banking profession is not only restored to its leading position but also placed at par with other leading economies, the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) said it had gone into partnership with key stakeholders and institutions in the country to build capacity.
A statement from CIBN explained that the organizations it is collaborating with include the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC); Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Unity Bank Plc and other government and private bodies within and outside the country. This, it said, was to ensure that the Institute and the banking profession would be taken to greater heights.
President/Chairman of Council, CIBN, Mr. Segun Aina, stressed the need to partner relevant stakeholders on capacity building and training of staff in the banking industry as well as other sectors of the economy in order to enable the country realise her Millennium Development Goals aspirations.
The statement quoted Aina to have made this remark during the Institute’s dialogue with the EFCC, CBN and Unity Bank Plc in Abuja, recently.