19 May 2017

Nigeria: CIGN Holds Yearly Meetings

The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) has concluded arrangements to host the 2017 yearly general meeting of the institute on Saturday, May 20, at the Bankers House, in Lagos, at 10 am.

The meeting will attract top bankers and other distinguished dignitaries from other sectors of the economy- chairmen and chief executives of banks, past presidents of the institute, presidents of other professional bodies, top government functionaries, Fellows, Honourary Senior Members, Associates, among others.

President/Chairman of Council of the institute, Prof. Segun Ajibola, will preside over the meeting, while there will be a consideration of the yearly reports, accounts and other important matters affecting the institute and the welfare of members.

It is expected that members of the Institute all over the country will turn-out en-masse as well as participate actively at the discussions for the interest of the banking profession and industry.

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