Date: 25 November 2021
Time: 9:00 AM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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Worldwide: Internal Investigations in Nigeria: Emerging Trends and Existing Challenges

The webinar seeks to: 

1. Discuss the emerging trends in internal investigations in Nigeria;

2. Discuss the role of technology in conducting internal investigations;

3. Highlight the challenges corporations face due to the gap in adequate legislation and regulation and discuss measures taken to address these challenges;

4. Discuss measures put in place by industry regulators in Nigeria and investigative agencies such as the EFCC, ICPC and other relevant agencies on their plans for addressing the gap.  

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Michael Abiiba

Michael is an exceptional legal practitioner who demonstrates innate intelligence in proffering timely, effective and cost-efficient solutions. He has appeared in numerous landmark proceedings before superior courts, domestic and international dispute resolution tribunals representing a wide spectrum of clients ranging from domestic and international multi-million-dollar businesses to different government departments and non-governmental organizations.  

In 2019, the World Bank Group honoured Michael in recognition of his immense contributions towards the 2019 international World Bank publication on global ease of doing business including obtainable international best practices. Recently, he was recognized and ranked in the Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2021 as a key lawyer in Dispute Resolution Practice.    

Michael’s scholarly contributions and commentaries on salient legal issues indicate his passion and deep understanding of contemporary legal matters, including property law practice and alternative dispute resolution subjects, among other things.

Imomoemi Ibisiki

Imomoemi Ibisiki is the company secretary/legal adviser to Heritage Bank Plc. Prior to her appointment, she had served as Divisional Head, Human Capital Management Division where she was responsible for the strategic management and development of the Human Capital of the Bank for 2 years. Prior to that, she was Divisional Head of the Legal Services Division in Heritage Bank Plc for about 5years. She successfully led the legal team that advised the Board of Directors and Shareholders of the Bank in 2015, in a unique business combination between its majority shareholder and a bridge Bank, and eventually obtained an order of Court for the merger between Heritage Bank and the Bridge Bank; a transaction valued in excess of USD400, 000, 000 and which positioned the New Heritage Bank to offer unparalleled banking services across over 200 branches, 177 Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), 57 cash centres and over 2,000 Points of Sale (PoS) terminals in 26 out of the 36 States of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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