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FITC, bridging the knowledge – gap in Nigeria’s financial services sector

by Emmanuel Ogundele
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The Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer, Financial Institutions Training Center (FITC) Mrs  Chizo Malize has declared that the organization is relentlessly committed to the goal of  bridging the knowledge – gap in Nigeria and across African through leveraging local and global partnership and collaborations that impact positively on individuals and corporate organisations.

The FITC boss who spoke in an exclusive interview recently, said the organization which debuted in the country exactly 40 years s ago had operated under the direct supervision of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), The Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) and the Nigerian Bankers Committee while leading the advancement in knowledge content that is creatively designed to strengthen the Nigerian financial system, adding that, over period of the next decade, the organization is focused on setting the standards across Nigeria’s learning industry through deployment of innovative technological solutions to build a sustainable future for stakeholders in Nigeria’s Financial Services sector and beyond.

Malize, who undertook retrospective appraisal of the FITC’s four decades long brand heritage observed that 40year anniversary of the institution reiterates the milestone which it had achieved over time, adding that, through visionary leadership the institution had successfully navigated through the digital transformation journey by bringing innovation into all its dealings.

She said, while resting on the shoulders of its transformational leaders of the past, the organisation had over the past four decades empowered and enabled hundreds and thousands of people and corporate bodies to excel in their professional callings.

“ We work with our stakeholders predominantly in the Nigeria Financial Services sector to design and implement solutions for capacity development through learning, organizational structure design and business performance strategy development. With these, we continue to transform and impact the financial services sector and the other sectors that we serve”.

She added “ As a future – focused organization, regardless of all our success stories, we are not resting on our oars. We had realized quite early, the need to significantly accelerate the pace of transformation in our organization to remain dynamic, forward thinking, contemporary and relevant because we recognized that organisations are successful at improving performance and sustaining impact through their change efforts”   

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