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Changes at Board Level

Changes at Board Level

PROF. YEMI OSINBAJO TAKES OVER THE MANTLE OF LEADERSHIP FROM DR. CHRISTOPHER KOLADE CON ON THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE INTEGRITY ORGANISATION.
At the meeting of the Governing Board of Integrity Organisation (consisting of Integrity and The Convention on Business Integrity) which held on Monday, February 25th, 2014, Dr.Christopher Kolade CON who has been the chairman of the Board since 1997 has voluntarily decided to resign his position as Chairman, he however still remains a member of the Governing Board.

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United Bank for Africa PLC (UBA) Has Joined The Convention on Business Integrity Fold.

United Bank for Africa PLC (UBA) Has Joined The Convention on Business Integrity Fold.

In our quest to consistently encourage businesses to be part of The Convention on Business Integrity vision, one of the biggest banks in Nigeria and indeed Africa has taken a step to be part of the CBI fold as it has it publicly signed the declaration document to become one of the members of the organization.

United Bank For Africa Plc (UBA)  signed –in  on Friday, February 7th, 2014 at the Head office of the Bank in Lagos.

The signing ceremony was a public declaration of their intent to let the general public know that the company is committed to “walking the talk” of the Convention on Business Integrity vision.

To show their pledge to the Convention, signatories enter into a purely moral commitment with the intent of benefiting from and upholding the platform of credibility which the members of the Convention share. The Convention currently has twenty-two (22) corporate signatories which include MTN Nigeria, GT Bank Plc, Sokoa Chair Center and others.

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Briefing On The CBI – NSE Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS)

Briefing On The CBI – NSE Corporate Governance Rating System (CGRS)

The Convention on Business Integrity in partnership with The Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) is developing a Corporate Governance Rating System for companies listed on the NSE.

The system aims to raise overall corporate governance standards in the country, by providing companies with an incentive to develop better governance practices.  It is providing opportunities for companies to differentiate themselves in the market place.  According to a recent IFC report, good corporate governance ultimately increases a company’s access to capital.

The CGRS is a key element in establishing a tradable Corporate Governance Index (CGI), which The NSE plans to launch in 2014.  The index and other criteria will form the basis for listing on The NSE’s proposed ‘Premium Board’ which shall also come on board in 2014.

Please call the under listed for more information

1.      Yinka Johnson –       07025294145

2.      Nneka Enwonwu-   0818 327 0055

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Guinness Signing Ceremony

Guinness Signing Ceremony

Guinness Signs on to The Convention on Business Integrity
Guinness Nigeria Plc signed on to the Convention on Business integrity at a media event on September 15, 2011 at the Zen Chinese Restaurant, Ikeja – Lagos Nigeria.

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Stakeholders Consultative Forum On Incentive, Compliance and Business Integrity.

Stakeholders Consultative Forum On Incentive, Compliance and Business Integrity.

The Core Group of signatories to the Convention on Business Integrity working with a select group of representatives of the Regulatory Bodies in Nigeria and other members of the Business Community since December 2010 towards identifying ways to stimulate the ethical and transparent conduct of Businesses in Nigeria as a platform for sustainable growth and private sector development .

A Stakeholders” Consultative Forum on Incentives, Compliance & Business Integrity was held at the Sheraton Lagos Hotel on Thursday, March 31, 2011 at which event, the role that positive incentives play in encouraging improved levels of compliance with business integrity standards was debated and the BAAC Nigeria  Project was launched.

MTN Nigeria, Access Bank Plc, Oando Plc and Siemens Nigeria made presentations on “Incentives, Compliance Management and Business Integrity”,, each organization giving their experience. Ms. Lilian Ekeanyanwu of Technical Unit on Government And Anti – Corruption Reforms, (TUGAR) also presented a paper on The National strategy to combat Corruption: Implications for the Private Sector.

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Standard Chartered Bank Signing Ceremony

Standard Chartered Bank Signing Ceremony

Standard Chartered Bank Signs on to The Convention on Business Integrity
The bank joined the CBi family on May 24th, 2007 in the Board Room of their Head Office in Lagos. With their signing on to the convention, they have become the 18th member of the convention. The signing ceremony had in attendance the Managing Director of the bank, Mr. Simon Millet, Mr. Soji Apampa who represented the Board of Integrity, top officials of the Bank, Staff of CBi as well as the Media.

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MTN Signing Ceremony

MTN Signing Ceremony

MTN Nigeria Signs on to The Convention on Business Integrity
One of the foremost players in the Nigeria Telecommunications sector in Nigeria, MTN Nigeria is the newest entrant into the membership list of The Convention on Business Integrity (CBi). The company signed on to the convention at a public event on November 2nd, 2006. The media event was witnessed by eminent Nigerians, made up of the Board of MTN. The Ceremony was attended by the Chairman of MTN Nigeria, Dr Pascal Dozie, the Managing Director, Mr Ahmad Faroukh, Board Members of the MTN Foundation, including, Mrs Aisha Sadauki, Mr Victor Odili and the Corporate Service Executive Mrs Amina Oyagbola, Mr Babatunde Osho GM Others present at the event were, Professor Yemi Osinbajo- Attorney General of Lagos State who chaired the occasion, Mr. Olusoji Apampa- MD SAP West and Central Africa Professor Gabriel Olusanya, Mrs Ndidi Okonkwo-Nwuneli of Leap Africa, members of the Diplomatic Corp, and other dignitaries were present to witness the epoch- making event.

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