Job at Central Bank of Nigeria: Accounting Specialist

Role: Accounting Specialist on IFRS Department: Banking Supervision Department Objective: Ensure the CBN keeps abreast with the International Financial Reporting Standard and is able to adequately monitor implementation cross the banking industry. Job Responsibilities:
1. Provide advice on interpretation and the implementation of IFRS requirements
2. Define local strategy for implementation of and compliance with accounting standards and IFRS disclosure requirements
3. Review accounting for technical and complex accounting transactions, including derivatives, purchase accounting, equity, stock-based compensation, impairment analyses, and others to ensure compliance with IFRS requirement and development of accounting policies
4. Review controls to ensure integrity of banks’ financial information and financial statement disclosure and reporting
5. Provide advice on interpretation and implementation of IFRS including compliance by financial institutions
6. Define strategy for IFRS compliance by Nigerian banks
7. Ensure timely regulatory direction and advisory to the banking industry on all IFRS developments, changes in legislation
8. Ensure timely implementation of IFRS across the industry
9. Liaise with the financial services industry and industry groups to promote IFRS compliance
10. Participate in financial services industry and industry groups knowledge sharing on IFRS and compliance by banks
11. Contribute to the review and update of the CBN's accounting policies
1. Research accounting and reporting issues
2. Recommend actions based on changes in reporting and/or accounting requirements
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Job at Central Bank of Nigeria: Basel II/III Specialist

Role: Basel II/III Specialist Department: Banking Supervision Department Objective: Ensure the CBN keeps abreast with Basel II and III requirements and is able to adequately monitor implementation cross the banking industry. Job Responsibilities:
1. Provide advice on interpretation and the implementation of global financial industry regulations and standards including Basel II and Basel III.
2. Define local strategy for implementation of and compliance with Basel II and Basel III
3. Review regulatory guidance) and ensure that industry risk frameworks comply with benchmark regulations
4. Ensure the CBN keeps abreast of developments and changes in legislation areas and is able to adequately advise the banking community

CBN Job: Industry/ Sector Specialist - Agriculture - Oil and Gas - Telecommunication - Transport and Aviation

Central Bank of Nigeria recruits Industry/ Sector Specialist - Agriculture - Oil and Gas - Telecommunication - Transport and Aviation
Role: Industry/ Sector Specialist - Agriculture - Oil and Gas - Telecommunication - Transport and Aviation Department: Banking Supervision Department Objective: Ensure informed regulatory direction and guidance to improve access to bank credit and quality of lending, financial services products and services to industry/sector Job Responsibilities:

Nigerian Army: Online Registration for DSSC and RSSC Courses 2012

To meet the man power needs of the Nigeria Army, the force is calling on able bodied graduates in the country to apply for recruitment into the direct short service commission course (DSSC) and the Regular short service course (RSSC)for 2012.
Nigerian Army: Online Registration procedure for DSSC and RSSC Courses 2012 …The recruitment starts on 12/04/2012
To apply Online Registration for the Nigeria Army direct short service commission course (DSSC) and the Regular short service course (RSSC) 2012.

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Digital Technical Producer Job (Igbo) at BBC London - Apply Now

The BBC, is the leading international broadcaster in Africa reaching a weekly audience of more than 100 million on Radio, TV, Digital (...