Women to get 30% of board seats & 40% of management positions by 2014!– CBN’s Lamido Sanusi to Nigerian banks

August 8, 2014

Arts & Culture

A topic worth revisiting now that 2014, the promised date of light-in-the-tunnel for women at the Central Bank, is more than half over.
It would be great to hear of even a 20% board seats for women. TOLA, August 8, 2014.


[Misleading headline but surprisingly Sanusi gets it……….education, access to credit and fair human resource management practices will go a long way in empowering women. I also like the requirement for banks to publish their gender positions in their annual reports.  One of this blog’s ever-observant readers sent the following with this note to my mail box.  Thanks, Ola.]

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Gover-nor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi has said about N6billion lost to banks by customers has been recovered by the apex bank.

Sanusi spoke yesterday in Abuja at the yearly Isaac Moghalu Foundation (IMOF) Lecture and Symposium, entitled: Women in leadership, the education pipeline.
He said the feat was recorded by the CBN’s Director of Consumer Protection, Hajia Umma Aminu Dutse, whom he described as “ruthless and hard working”.
His words: “The director of Consumer Protection has recovered over N6 billion in the last one year for…

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