The event held on Thursday, 25 July, 2019 at Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos FITCs 2019 Thought Leadership Series 2.0, themed “Emerging Financial Technologies and the Nigerian Financial Services Sector: Exploring Opportunities for Global Competitiveness,” held on 25 July, 2019 at the Eko Hotels & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. The event featured ninety-three […]

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FITC trains 65,000 bankers, others in 38 years – The Nation Nigeria The Financial Institutions Training Centre (FITC) has provided training, consulting and research services to 65,000 bankers,  other players in the financial services sector and related industries in its 38 years of operation. The FITC Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Lucy Newman, who will next […]

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In how many organisations have you seen ‘our core values’ exquisitely engraved in a precious looking glass plaque and eminently displayed at strategic locations in the workplace? Perhaps, in several, if not in majority of organisations. Have you sometimes noticed any disconnect between what is on the plaque and the general dispositions in such organisations, […]

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The Nigerian Banking system has remained a very high impact segment of the nation’s economy, responsible for financial intermediation and stimulating economic growth, among others.  The FITC’s inaugural  Thought Leadership Discussion Series themed “Strengthening the Banking System and Facilitating Sustained Economic Growth: Roles of the Regulators, Operators and the Banking Public” held on the 24th […]

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FITC THOUGHT LEADERSHIP DISCUSSION SERIES

  The Nigerian Banking system has remained a very high impact segment of the nation’s economy, responsible for financial intermediation and stimulating economic growth, among others. In view of the industry’s pivotal role in the economy and the critical development expectations for Nigeria, a lot is expected by all stakeholders, in terms of how the […]

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The HR Function has evolved significantly over the years from Policy Policing, Labour Management, Personnel Management to Human Resource Management/Human Capital Management until recently Strategic HRM, Business HR, Business Partnership, Transformational HR, Talent Management and HR Analytics. The HR Function is not devolved from the Big Data Bug. Big data has become such a ubiquitous […]

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Introduction: The type of training methodology adopted by any successful trainer is often dependent on the objectives of the training program, what the learning objectives are and most importantly, the makeup of the learners or training audience. It is projected that by 2025, millennials will make up to seventy five percent of the workplace.  By […]

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The talent market is increasingly becoming very competitive. Quality employees are scarce and many organisations are faced with the option of acquiring expensive talents from outside or developing existing employees within the internal ecosystem. Voluntary turnover is also high and loyalty is at an all-time low. Succession Planning is a critical aspect of talent management. […]

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The internet is adjudged the appropriate medium through which small businesses sell and promote their goods and services. Unfortunately, it also encourages fraudulent behaviours and unauthorised accesses to businesses and their clients’ data. Frequent attacks on computer systems of businesses can have immediate and remote effects on business activities, such as targeting customers for identity […]

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