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DCSL Corporate Services Limited ("DCSL") will host Company Secretaries and renowned corporate governance practitioners from various sectors of the economy to its annual Company Secretaries' Roundtable on Thursday, February 13, 2020 in Lagos.
The annual event is in pursuit of DCSL's commitment to deepening Corporate Governance best practices in Nigeria and drawing attention to the all-important and evolving role of the Company Secretary particularly in line with the expectations of the Company Secretary as Corporate Governance Professionals and Influencers.
Year on year, the Roundtable has hosted distinguished subject matter experts and this year, at the 7th edition of the Roundtable and under the distinguished Chairmanship of Mrs. Cecilia Akintomide OON - an Attorney and a renowned Corporate Governance and Development Finance expert and an Independent Director on the Board of FBN Holdings, the event promises to be a riveting experience.
Discussions at the Roundtable will focus on "The Company Secretary: Corporate Governance Influencer" with topics ranging from
Distinguished Panelists are Professor Nat Ofo, Professor of Corporate Law & Governance and IT Law, College of Law, Igbinedion University, Okada, Dr. Nechi Ezeakor, Executive Director/CEO, IoD Centre for Corporate Governance, Mr. Oretayo Olajide, Company Secretary/Legal Adviser, 9Mobile and Mr. Paul Kilonzi, Channel Manager, Software Technologies Limited.
About DCSL Corporate Services Limited
DCSL Corporate Services Limited ("DCSL") is the foremost Corporate Service Provider in Nigeria with the mission of pursuing excellence in service delivery. DCSL seeks to create value for its clients by drawing from its considerable experience and depth of knowledge. The DCSL team boasts of some of the brightest minds in the Legal, Corporate Governance, Company Secretarial, Immigration and Business Advisory space with a combined experience of over 80 years and its clientele cut across the various sectors of the economy.