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Uphold Customers Service With Integrity, Ethics …BIL Bankers Graduates Urged

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By Elbie Sebleh

MONROVIA: The acting Chief Executive Officer of International Bank Liberia Limited, Ms. Jacqueline Williams N’Tow, has urged graduates of the Banking Institute of Liberia (BIL) to uphold and demonstrate customers service with integrity and ethics.

Delivering the keynote address on Friday, July 5, 2024, at the BIL closing exercises, Ms. N’Tow encouraged the graduates to never be unmindful of the values and principals that have guided them through the banking career path.

She named integrity, honesty and customers service as well as commitment to excellence, as policies that will set them aside in the banking industry that demands nothing but the best.

” The work that you have chosen to pursue is not just a job but a career duty to serve others, to uphold the high standards of integrity and ethics, and play a vital role in the economic growth and prosperity of society. Always remember the importance of integrity, professionalism, customers service and continue to learn. Let this graduation not be your end to learning, ” she concluded.

The Banking Institute of Liberia over the weekend held its 2023/2024 graduation and closing exercises at the University of Liberia’s Capitol Hill campus, with the total number of 132 graduates, 63 males and 69 females.

Those graduated came from several banking institutions including, Central Bank of Liberia, ECOBANK, Global Bank/Bloom, Guaranty Trust, International Bank, Liberia Bank for Development and Investment, Sapelle International, Access Bank, Afriland First Bank and United Bank for Africa.

The graduates completed twelve short-term bank-related competency-based courses in system and control, banking operations, regulatory framework and compliance, credit analysis, internal audit and financial reporting and analysis among others.

Banking Institute of Liberia is a corporate training institute, specializing in banking financial management and non-financial related disciplines in Liberia.

The school was established in March 2014 by the Liberia Banker Association (LBA) and the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) to provide capacity- building and cutting-edge training support to stakeholders in the banking and other corporate and financial sectors.

It’s was not until April 2018, the institute became formally operational following the appointment of its first Director-General, Mr. Richard S. Panton.

Mr. Richard S. Panton providing importance of the Institution said that BIL was established to build and enhance the capacity of entry, junior, senior and executive level staffers in the banking and financial sectors, and organized professional and academic certification courses in banking and finance related disciplines.

” We are also here to provide research and consulting services by performing studies of systems and procedures for the banking and financial sector and to collaborate with universities and other financial institutions of higher learning in Liberia and abroad to achieve its mandate,” he concluded.

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