Nigeria will host the 22nd World Conference of banking Institutes in April this year.
This was revealed by the President of the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), Professor Segun Ajibola, during an interaction with the press in Lagos.
According to the CIBN President, the conference with the theme, Re-thinking the Future of Banking and Finance and Life Long Learning, is billed to take place in Lagos.
Professor Ajibola explained that “the biennial conference is a forum that brings together professionals from the financial services industry and other stakeholders engaged in banking, education and training.”
He added that to make the event quite colourful and impactful, “the CIBN is merging its Annual Banking and Finance Conference for this year with the 22nd World Conference of Banking Institutes. This makes the scope of the conference bigger and even more significant for us in Nigeria.”