Compliance Institute board visit Nigerian Stock Exchange

Under the Chairmanship of Pattison Boleigha, the Compliance Institute team have showcased its plans for the year.

Under the Chairmanship of Pattison Boleigha, ahead of its  Annual certification/examination and Induction ceremony, the Compliance Institute team have showcased its plans for the year.

According to the team, the Annual certification/ examination and Induction will hold on Saturday, March 17, 2017 and next week Saturday simultaneously in Lagos.

The visiting board under Chairmanship of Pattison Boleigha in the meeting, pledged to attend the meeting of broker/dealers in the next quarter, and also to support members of the Nigerian stock Exchange to take its forthcoming examination..

Boleigha also requested that the body help it put in a word over its long-awaited submission to the Corporate Affairs CommissionReceiving the Compliance Institute of Nigeria team on behalf of the  Nigeria Stock exchange.

In further regards, Tinuade Awe and Olufemi Shobanjo, Head legal and regulation division, the duo pledged unflinching support to the Institute’s bid to have a charter, provide meeting of dealer/ brokers calendar for the year, hap of zero tolerance on regulation.

Thus, complimenting the Compliance Institute of Nigeria’s drive as  the institute at the fore of maintaining and promoting best practice standards for compliance profession, regulatory standards for the Industry by facilitating and encouraging professional development and accreditation for its members (individual and Corporate and train.


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