Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria

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The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) is the umbrella professional body for bankers in Nigeria. The CIBN was incorporated in 1976 as the Nigerian Institute of Bankers. It was chartered in 1990, and is now covered by the CIBN Act 5 of 2007. The Institute is authorized to control entry into the banking profession, to set standards for bankers and to maintain professional ethics through sanctions of erring members. Corporate members include the Central Bank of Nigeria, the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation and all Deposit Money Banks, Development Banks, Mortgage Banks, Micro Finance Banks and Discount Houses in Nigeria.[1]


  • Ralph Oluwole Osayameh; Wole Adewunmi; Femi Adekanye (1993). The crusade for a profession: a history of the CIBN, 1963-1993. CIBN. ISBN 978-32627-1-8. 
  • Wole Adewunmi (1998). Ethics in the financial services business: presidential address. CIBN. ISBN 978-34165-2-9. 
  • N. M. Ogubunka (2002). Risk & internal control management in financial institutions. CIBN. 
  • CIBN, National Judicial Institute (Nigeria) (2002). proceedings of the National Seminar on Banking and Allied Matters for Judges. CIBN. ISBN 978-34165-8-8. 
  • CIBN, Mascot Communications (2004). Nigerian banks and corporate social responsibility. The CIBN Press Limited. ISBN 978-37278-2-6. 
  • CIBN, National Judicial Institute (Nigeria) (2005). Proceedings of the 2004 National Seminar on Banking and Allied Matters for Judges, Volume 2004. CIBN. ISBN 978-37278-3-4. 

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  1. ^ "Introduction". Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria. Retrieved 2010-03-03.