CENTRE FOR LAW AND BUSINESS
CENTRE FOR LAW AND BUSINESS AND MALKARA CONSULTING SIGN MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON TRAINING
In furtherance of their respective but aligned corporate objectives, Centre for Law and Business, (CLB), Lagos, Nigeria and Malkara Consulting, Singapore recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding that seeks to provide in Nigeria highly rated international training on Financial Crime, Bribery and Anti – Corruption, Money Laundering, Fraud Awareness, Anti – Terrorism Awareness amongst others and in the process greatly enhance the capabilities, knowledge, competence and skills of participants at the training events for the benefit of all stakeholders.
The training will target and are designed for both the private and public sectors across various levels, from the Directorate of private institutions, senior and middle level management to cadres below this level so that there is no gap, given that “a chain is as strong as its weakest link”. All cadres of staff are similarly covered in the public sector.
CLB offers knowledge based products including academic tutorial support towards international degrees in law, accounting, banking, business, management and the social sciences at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, professional qualifications such as ACCA, ICAN, Institute of Bankers and Personnel Management as well as Learning and Development while Malkara Consulting is an Australian -Singapore company that specialises in providing a range of financial services to the financial , the non -financial and business sectors of national and international organisations, government agencies and to the general public including workshops in financial crime , financial management and also provides consultancy advice and accounting services.
CLB and Malkara are committed to excellence in service delivery, delivering world class knowledge based products and services.
CLB and Malkara are excited about their collaboration and look forward to jointly delivering world class training and knowledge in the financial crime space in furtherance of their collaborative understandings.