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RIMAN holds quarterly risk management roundtable

RIMAN holds quarterly risk management roundtable

Risk Managers Association of Nigeria (RIMAN) will hold its Q1 2015 quarterly risk roundtable on January 29, 2015, Lagos. The roundtable theme is ‘Managing the Risks of Devaluation in Nigeria’s Economy.’

It will address key risk issues associated with the policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), their impact and how organisations, institutions and the government are responding to these risks.

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Tokunbo Martins, the director of banking supervision, CBN, will bring her experience to bear in discussing the Financial Sector’s Perspective of the Risk of Naira Devaluation, while Opeyemi Agbaje, CEO, Resources and Trust Co. Limited will deliver on the Non-Financial Sector’s Perspective of Naira Devaluation. Demola Adeniran, director, risk and capital management, Akintola Williams Deloitte, will analyse the Recent Basel Proposals on Capital Charge Computation.

As usual, RIMAN’s risk roundtable is a gathering of risk practitioners and stakeholders including service providers in the financial and non-financial industries in Nigeria, offering unique learning and networking opportunities. This memorable event is open to risk practitioners in banks, discount houses, non-financial institutions, mortgage institutions, micro-finance banks, pension fund administrators, insurers, regulatory and supervisory examiners and interested members of the public.