Fight against coronavirus: Institute of financial consultants honours individuals, organization

The Institute of Financial Consultants (IFC), USA, and the Chartered Association of Business Administrators (CABA), Canada has concluded plans to honour some individuals, government and private bodies for their roles in fight against coronavirus pandemic.

Penpushing reports that, Country Director of Institute of Financial Consultants (IFC) and Chartered Association of Business Administrators (CABA), USA/Canada, Adejare Somorin made this known in a statement adding that the event is scheduled to hold December 12 at Bolton White, Garki, Abuja, Nigerian Capital

‘The Institute of Financial Consultants (IFC), USA, and the Chartered Association of Business Administrators (CABA), Canada are two International professional bodies that are working to build and strengthen capacities and upheld ethical standards in the financial profession and business administration across the globe’. Somorin said.

‘IFC is a professional body for those who work in the financial profession and the members are employed in all sectors of the economy and make significant contributions to the efficiency of any business. The Chartered Association of Business Administrators is a not-for-profit professional body for business administrators. The Association has growing global presence with members employed in all sectors of the economy and makes a significant contribution globally’, he added,

Penpushing further reports that, the Director said the award programme theme is ’Change Leadership: Strategy for Organisation in a Global Pandemic’, adding that within this framework, the program will center on the national experiences and focusing mainly on the current crisis and governmental responses.

‘This framework included the following elements, institutional and organizational arrangements, the preparedness of the governance system to respond to the crisis (especially, the health care system), the need for better coordination between the different sectors and levels of governance’,

‘The interaction (including trust) between the different actors, the role of scientists and medical experts as advisers to governments, the communications with the public, and implementation issues’, he stated, adding that, on annual basis, the two professional bodies recognize significant contributions to national, sub-national and international development in specific themes of the year for special award of excellence.

‘Special award of excellence and leadership for effective governance and responsiveness will be made to individuals, Institutions and Governmental bodies that have made significant impact and contributions in addressing the socio-economic issues brought about by the novel pandemic in 2020’, Somorin explained.

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