The Compliance Institute, Nigeria(CIN), will provide inductees the platform to secure good compliance jobs and professional dignity, the President of the Institute Pattison Boleighaon, has assured.
The CIN boss made the remark during the first annual general meeting and induction/investiture ceremony of the institute held at the Lagos Business School, Lagos, last weekend.
Addressing the audience, Boleighaon said: “For our inductees you should be proud to be the pioneer members of this institute and consider yourselves privileged to be part of this historic achievement. We want to assure that your Compliance certification will open doors of opportunities for you as compliance professionals are in very high demand today. Compliance skills are not very common in this part of the world and you have been given the rare honour of blazing the trail in Nigeria. We are aware that in Europe and America today Compliance professionals are amongst one of the highest paid banking staff, with some of them sometimes negotiating huge sign-on fees like footballers.
“This Institute will provide that platform to secure good compliance jobs and professional dignity. We welcome you to wear your membership badges with pride.We have lined up numerous membership benefits on our website, such as on-line training facilities, webinar, podcasts, conferences and various learning resources to continually update your knowledge. Our membership registration processes are online and seamless with ability to pay online using all cards and card less payment systems.”
Speaking on the future plan of the institute, he said: “We intend to have over 2,000 members by the end of 2018. The institute will spread its activities to cover the rest of West Africa within the next one year. We are also in talks with industry compliance experts from the oil & gas, telecommunications and manufacturing sectors to include curricula for these sectors of our economy.
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