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CAC Begins Accelerated in-House Training to Boost Staff Capacity


By Biola Lawal

Abuja: The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has commenced Accelerated in-house training for its staff in collaboration with the Business Recovery & Insolvency Practitioners Association of Nigeria (BRIPAN).

The training which is themed: Insolvency Framework and Processes would be conducted in two streams with over 80 participants in attendance, a statement by Rasheed Mahe, CAC Head Media disclosed.

The participants have been drawn from within the Commission and other Stakeholders with the Registrar General/CEO, Alhaji Garba Abubakar in attendance.

his remark, the BRIPAN President Chimezie Victor C. Ihekweazu represented by the Vice President, Okorie Kalu, SAN thanked the Registrar General for the opportunity to organize the training.

He noted that the training was in line with their objectives and pledged to justify the confidence reposed in them.

CAC News reports that BRIPAN was founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit organisation, which amongst others focuses attention on restructuring the insolvency space in Nigeria through training, capacity building, legislative and regulatory engagement, and advocacy, for several decades.

It plays a leading role in the training of Insolvency Practitioners, Regulators, Judges and intending Insolvency practitioners in Nigeria.

The Association was recently accorded statutory recognition in the Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020. (Flowerbudnews)