The governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria is expected to meet with Bank Customers Association of Nigeria (BCAN) in Lagos this week to discuss ways of resolving lingering issues between banks and their customers.
He is expected to be the special guest at the third Biennial Summit of the BCAN with the theme “Rights and Obligations of Bank Customers”.
According to a press statement issued in Lagos by founder/chief executive officer of Bank Customers Association of Nigeria, Dr. Uju Ogubunka, the summit will be chaired by former deputy governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Mr. Victor Odozi.
Expected participants at the summit include bank customers, policy makers, regulators, representatives of government departments and agencies, officials of inter-governmental organizations, businessmen and women, leaders of the organized private sector in Nigeria and members of the public.
Bank Customers Association of Nigeria Biennial Summit is a platform for reviewing the challenges facing bank customers and the evolving banking system. It is also an interactive platform for exchanging views between banks’ chief executives and their customers with the sole aim of resolving lingering issues between the two major parties within the intervention frameworks of regulatory agencies.
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