AS part of its commitment to promote professionalism in risk management practice, Conrad Clark Nigeria (CCN), organizers of the Nigerian Risk Awards, in collaboration with
Speaking at a press conference in
Adenusi, who was represented by the Director, CCN, Dr
According to Adenusi, "the categories for this year's award are: Risk Manager of the Year (now called Business Day Risk Manager of Year), Banking and Financial Services Risk Award, Insurance and Pension Services Risk Award, Telecoms and Media Services Risk Award, Manufacturing and Industry Risk Award as well as the Oil & Gas Services Risk Award. A new award category, The Young Risk Manager of the Year, for individuals between ages 25 to 30, will be making its debut this year.
"More than any other time in the history of our nation, risk management must be on the agenda of every organisation private, public, not-for-profit and even religious organisations. That's the reason we are organising this award to generate discourse around the strategic importance of risk management and accord deserved recognition on distinguished practitioners and organisations. Preparations are on-going to host the second edition of the 2014 NRA.
"The submissions for the NRA will be independently assessed and judged by a panel of highly distinguished individuals, drawn from within and outside the country. This year, organisations winning each of the sector's category awards will also be given special reward (to be announced at the dinner) with an opportunity to get a full page editorial in the Business Day." .
Regional Business Director,
"The West African Governance Risk and Compliance Summit, which forms part of our global programmes of Summits of this kind, looks to bring all professionals in this field together to share knowledge and best practice approaches from a global as well as local perspective."
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