Notable financial experts from Nigeria and abroad including the Deputy Governor, Financial System Stability (FSS), Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Dr. Kingsley Moghalu; the Managing Editor, The Banker, London, Mr. Brian Caplen; the Managing Director, Financial Derivatives Limited, Dr. Rewane Bismarck; Dr. Doyin Salami of Lagos Business School and President/Chairman of Council, the Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIBN), Mr. ‘Laoye Jaiyeola, FCIB are set to address stakeholders on “the challenges facing Banks globally” at the public lecture put together by the Association of Corporate Affairs Managers of Banks (ACAMB) in collaboration with The Banker, London, a foremost and influential publication of the Financial Times, UK .



A statement from ACAMB stated that the need to bridge the knowledge gaps and equip players in the Nigerian financial space in the wake of the new reforms by the regulators informed the gathering of the like-minds.



The Association noted that the public lecture which is scheduled for Tuesday, 27th July, 2010 at Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, Kofo Abayomi, Victoria Island, Lagos from 11.00am, will be chaired by the Managing Director/Chief Executive, Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Alhaji Umaru Ibrahim.



The statement added that major stakeholders/players in the various sectors cutting across capital market, manufacturing, oil and gas, academia, labour, judiciary, media, professional bodies, legislature, government at all levels and investing publics, would be allowed to take far reaching positions on challenges confronting their sectors vis-à-vis banking practice at the Lecture.




ACAMB urges all invited guests and the general public to attend the all-important Lecture which comes under the auspices of The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) promptly for meaningful dialogue.





MOSHOOD ISAMOTU                                                                EDDY A. ADEMOSU

Secretary General                                                                            President

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July 22, 2010




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