CIBN names ex-Lagos deputy Gov Pedro, NSE CEO Onyema, others committee members
The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria has inaugurated 14 Committees of its Governing Council to strengthen its operations and drive its activities.
The inauguration of the Committees consisting of three Statutory, nine Standing and two Adhoc was consistent with the governance of the Institute which has served it well in the over five decades of its existence.
Speaking during Inauguration, the President of the institute, 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 charged 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 his gratitude to the one hundred and eighty members who participated at the first virtual CIBN Committee Inauguration Programme for accepting to sacrifice their time and resources to serve the Institute.
Members of the Committees who are drawn from all walks of life include Isa Dutse, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Finance, Femi Pedro, Chairman Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), U.K Eke, Managing Director of FBN Holdings, Osaretin Demuren, Chairman, GTBank Plc and Bank Directors Association, Oscar N. Onyema, CEO, Nigerian Stock Exchange, Ibrahim Rafiu, former Senator Federal Republic, Olateru-Olagbegi and Wale Raji, Managing Director, Odua Investment Company Limited, Rafiu Ibrahim, Bola Oyebamiji, Commissioner for Finance, Osun State and host of many other eminent banking professionals.
Responding on behalf of the members of the Committees, the Chairman, Business and Government Relations Group, Pedro who expressed delight that the Institute was able to attract an array of eminent personalities and great Nigerians with proven integrity into the Committee pledged their support and commitment to the President and the Institute.