The Canadian and American Chartered Institute of Management Consultants (CIMC) has appointed Professor Asiwaju Busari Shaamsuddeen Akande as the West Africa Director of Academics.
The Institute is dedicated to high ethical and professional standards within the profession and committed to raising the profile of the management consultancy.
The CIMC has an expanding membership, who work at all levels of management consultancy and are represented in over 20 countries across the globe.
Globally, the Chartered Institute of Management Consultants shows the way for those working in the management consulting arena by upholding high ethical standards and good governance.
The CIMC designation is available only to management consultants who have chosen to undergo a rigorous, intensive process of upgrading their skills and training.
Prof Asiwaju Busari Shaamsuddeen Akande, a native of Ilorin, Kwara State also doubles as the Director General for the West African Non-interest Finance Professionals based in Togo Republic and Benin Republic.
The newly appointed West African Director of Academics is an Australian and New Zealand Certified Management Accountant since 2008.
A United Arab Emirates Certified Islamic Finance Executive; he is also an alumni of the prestigious Manchester Business School; American University; Bolton University, UK and IIC University of Technology Cambodia.
Prof Asiwaju Busari has been a Fellow of the Canadian Chartered Association of Business Administrators since 2010.
The Chartered Institute of Management Consultants has international representatives around the globe.
The Chartered Institute of Management Consultants is based in North America and is not affiliated with or represented by any other institute of the same name in any other country.