IOR to open Nigerian chapter


The Institute of Operational Risk is considering opening a local chapter in Lagos, Nigeria.

The plans come off the back of a boom in membership applications from the country, as reported by Operational Risk & Regulation in February.

Plans were drawn up at a recent operational risk conference in the city, the first international event of its kind held in Nigeria.

The chapter will be headed by Edima Ben Ekpo, global head of audit and compliance at United Bank for Africa. Ekpo suggests the chapter

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