132,000 Nigerian bankers to benefit from global finance program


132,000 Nigerian bankers to benefit from global finance program

The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment says over 132,000 Nigerian bankers will have access to its global finance education programme.

A statement said the significance of CISI global professional development programme in Nigeria had been officially recognised by the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria’s accreditation of CISI as an educational service training provider, Punch Newspaper reports.

It added that the CISI had been working in Nigeria for over four years and had agreements with a number of prestigious Nigerian institutions, in addition to the CIBN, including the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers.

It stated that its agreement with the African Securities Exchange Association had allowed it to develop a close relationship with the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

The CISI Senior International Manager, Praneet Shivaprasad, said, “We are honoured and excited to achieve this important accreditation from the CIBN, which has a critical role in capacity building and the promotion of ethics and professionalism in the Nigerian financial services sector.

“Our global qualifications and Continuing Professional Development e-learning programme will provide CIBN members with an opportunity to complement their excellent CIBN training and qualifications with our own CPD programme to help ensure their learning is relevant and up to date to meet the needs of our fast-moving, competitive, global capital markets.”

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