Prof. Busari Akande to Speak on Islamic Finance, Education and Sustainable Development in Nigeria


Thursday, September 24,
2020 / 8:00 PM / by WebTV/ Header Image Credit:  
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WebTV’s Islamic Finance Weekly
will be featuring a robust conversation on  
Islamic
Finance, Education & Sustainable Development in Nigeria
 
 

Guest: Professor Asiwaju Busari Akande

Date: Friday,  September 25th, 2020

Time: 1:00PM

Platform: Virtual Zoom Video Call

Highlights: To be deployed on WebTVng Platform, Youtube,
Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn

Topic:     Islamic Finance, Education & Sustainable Development in Nigeria   

Host: Bukola Akinyele

Key Discussion Points

1.         
Broadening
Islamic Finance Education in Nigeria
 

2.   Role
of Islamic Institute of Accounting and Finance in Nigeria (IIAFN) In Deepening
Capacity and Skills

3.        
Development
in Islamic Banking, Insurance and the Capital market

4.        
Assessment of
IIAFN Collaborations in Nigeria, Africa and at the Global Level

5.        
Opportunities
in The Islamic Institute of Accounting and Finance in Nigeria

6.   The Role
Islamic Finance is Playing in Supporting the Economic Sustainability
Plan in Nigeria

7.         
How Islamic
Finance
is Aiding Nigeria’s
Fulfilment of the SDGs by 2030

Guest Profile

Asiwaju Busari is a Nigerian born
international Academic. A professor of Business Finance at age of 38. He is the
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the First Islamic Institute of
Accounting and Finance in Nigeria and also the West African Director of
Operations of the Chartred Institute of Management and Leadership Kentucky
USA. 

 

Educated at St Anne’s Primary School Kaduna,
Federal Government College Kaduna, Kaduna Polytechnic, Trinity College
Seychelles, American University College London, Manchester Business School,
Bolton University Turks, Island, American Trinity University California USA and
IIC University of Technology Cambodia.

 

He is an Australian trained Management
Accountant cum Certified Public Accountant. He ventured into Politics and
contested the C=Kwara Central Senatorial Elections in 2019 which he lost to Dr
Yahaya Oloriegbe of the APC.

 

He established the College of Islamic Finance
and Management Sciences Adewole Ilorin in 2015 to help develop teeming youths
in Kwara. State.

 

He is a professional member of the institute
of Certified Public Accountants UK and Nigeria, Institute of Certified
Management Accountant Australia, Institute of Forensic Accountants Pakistan,
Institute of Professional Financial Managers London, Chartered Institute of
Administration Nigeria, Institute of Certified Public Accountants Nigeria and
London, Institute of Chartered Economist of Nigeria, Chartered Association of
Business Administrators Canada and host of others.

 

As a Chartered Accountant and a Professor of
Business Finance, Asiwaju Busari Akande dwell mostly on trainings of human
capital structure and how Islamic Finance could strive positively in the midst
of competitors.

 

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