The Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB) Ghana has stated plans are underway to redesign the institutes educational curriculum to create extra op-portunities for certified bankers, expand future-fit competencies and talents that employers want.

The transfer, CIB Ghana stated bureaucracy a part of the institute’s mandate to advertise the find out about of banking schooling and keep an eye on the apply of banking career in Ghana in addition to put ethics and professionalism on the core of the career.

Speaking on the 2022 Annual Governor and Bankers Dinner at the theme ‘Future of banking in Ghana: Ethics, professional-ism, and ESG imperatives,’ the president of the institute, Benja-min Amenumey, stated this might make sure the institute become the top rate studying spouse to churn out depended on pros for the banking business.

“Redesigning of the CIB cur-riculum to create more opportu-nities for skillsets development as the premium learning partner to churn out trusted professionals for the banking industry. To this end, we will continue to put a premi-um on setting up more banking academies in collaboration with other banks, offer the Associate Chartered Banker programme and other banking certification programmes,” he stated.

He stated any other key center of attention of CIB Ghana will be the imple-mentation of technology-based studying and supply and stressed out that the institute would proceed to uphold and implement its code of ethics and professionalism.

“As a new council, we pledge to hold ourselves to the highest standards of professionalism and integrity and in line with our man-date, the institute we will continue to develop future-fit and ethical professionals. We will continue to set standards and ensure the observance of ethical standards and professional conduct among members. We will enforce the Ghana Banking Code of Ethics and Business Conduct which was launched in 2021 in collaboration with the Bank of Ghana and the Ghana Association of Banks,” the president stated.

The Chief Executive Officer of Chartered Institute of Bankers, Ghana, Robert Dzato, in his re-marks underscored the significance of the development.

“The Governor’s Day is an extremely important event in the calendar of Chartered Institute of Bankers, Ghana. It offers us all industry players, the opportunity to interact with the governor. It is an opportunity to listen to the governor’s reflections in 2022 and expectations on monetary policy for the coming years,” he stated.

The Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Ernest Addison, en-treated pros within the bank-ing sector to put professionalism above their private passion.