Nigerian Banking Laws And Regulation (In-house Course)
Attend this 2-day course and learn the following:
·The key Regulators of the banking industry in Nigeria and their roles
·The principal banking laws in Nigeria and salient provisions
·The Code of Corporate governance for banks
·Types of banks in Nigeria; their features and restrictions
·the role of AMCON
Who should attend
This course is ideally suited for In-house lawyers, Bankers, Bank executives, lawyers in private practice, and corporate counsel
Class Size Requirement
There is a minimum requirement of five (5) persons per class for our in-house courses.
For further enquiries please contact our learning advisors by calling +234 1 293 1980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we promise to respond in less than 24 hours.
Justina Lewa is the Company Secretary and Legal Adviser of Sterling Bank Plc and in that capacity supervises various functions in the Group. Justina, in her leadership role, oversees Board matters and company secretarial activities. She is also responsible for handling all legal matters of the Bank. With over 23 years’ experience in corporate legal practice, she has drafted, reviewed and advised on several complex transactions and Agreements on project and asset based financing, public & private debt equity issues, loan syndications, Power, Oil & Gas, and Mergers & Acquisitions etc. Read More…
Sola attended the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria where he obtained an LLB Hons. in 2004. He was admitted to the Nigerian Bar in 2005 and is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association. He is also an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitration, United Kingdom. After years in a top-tier litigation firm, ‘Sola has acquired a wealth of experience in Corporate Commercial Law which spans across several industries including Banking, Real Estate and Insurance. Read More…
Stanley currently works as the Company Secretary & Head of Legal of Law Union and Rock Insurance Plc. He has had more than 10 years experience in the legal industry in Nigeria. He graduated from the University of Leicester as a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Commercial Law.