ICGN Receives the the Officials of Washington D.C.-based, Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), Mrs Kelly Spence

n an effort to engage with corporate and democratic reformers across the world, the Institute of Corporate Governance NigeriaICGN, played host to the Officials of the Centre for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) led by Kelly Spence, with the hope of collaborating to promote sound corporate governance in Nigeria and the rest of Africa.

On ground to receive the officials were the Council members of the Institute led by Mr. Uko-Essien- Ibok, Deputy Registrar of the Institute.

ICGN Facilitates for The West African Institute of Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM) in respect of the following topics:

  • Corporate Governance Standards
  • Corporate Governance: Role and Responsibilities of Stakeholders
  • Implementation of Good Corporate Governance in Developing Countries: Prospect & Challenges.

The West African Institute of Financial and Economic Management (WAIFEM) was established in 1996 by five Central Banks of Anglophone West African countries namely The Gambia, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Its core mandate is to build capacity in macroeconomic and financial management in the countries of WAIFEM member central banks.