The Nigerian stock exchange and the chartered institute of bankers in Nigeria are set to collaborate with the aim of promoting professionalism in the financial sector.
Both parties agree that this move will be a catalyst for sustaining Africa;s second largest economy.
The chartered institute of bankers in Nigeria is a hub for developing and training banking professionals.
Management of the institute led by its president visited the Nigerian stock market to explore strategic ways of partnering to strengthen the ailing economy.
CIBN’s president after series of discussions with the management of the stock exchange rang the closing bell signifying the close of trading activities for the day.
Obviously newsmen had to ask the number one banker in the country what he thinks about the present state of the Nigerian economy.
The president explained that government needs to work the talk with regards to creating an enabling environment for businesses to thrive.
It is expected that the CIBN and the Nigeria stock market will continue to collaborate, promote ethics and professionalism that will meet with international standards in the banking sector.