Skye Bank’s Business School gets full accreditation status

Skye Business School has been awarded full accreditation status as a full-fledged banking/finance, business and continuous human capital training academy by the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN). 

The accreditation which is in collaboration with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is sequel to the conclusion of a rigorous vetting and accreditation process. CIBN is the body that regulates practice of bankers in Nigeria.

News of the body’s accreditation was contained in a letter signed by the Registrar/Chief Executive of the Institute, Seye Awojobi and addressed to Skye Bank’s Group Managing Director/CEO, Tokunbo Abiru.


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The letter also indicated that "the graduates of the Academy prior to the accreditation, will be exempted from nine subjects and examined in’10 subjects in the ACIB Examinations" 

The letter further read: “an approval has also been granted for all graduates of your Academy prior to Accreditation to benefit from the exemptions as they have acquired on-the-job experience and must have attended several top programs after their graduation",

Commenting on the milestone, Skye Bank’s Group Managing Director, Mr. Tokunbo Abiru said: “This is a laudable achievement that challenges Skye Bank’s commitment to continuous learning especially in the area of banking and corporate leadership.  He further noted that “this development will further inspire employees of the bank to pursue certification programs that will propel their respective career aspirations.” 


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