Housing Minister Underscores Pivotal Roles Of Institute of Mortgage Brokers, Lenders

ABUJA – The Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Arc. Ahmad Musa Dangiwa has highlighted the importance of Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders in setting and reviewing standards, promoting research development and providing consultancy services which are key to upholding professionalism and maintaining integrity and credibility in the industry.

The Minister explained that the ministry has recognized the vital role played by the Institute in regulating frameworks of financial institution.

He commended the members of the Institute for their dedication and commitment to excellence while urging them to continue collaboration and dialogue between the ministry and the Institute.

Arc. Ahmad Musa Dangiwa urged the Institute to adhere to regulatory framework, adding that his ministry attached high premium to robust regulatory framework and skilled workforce.

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Minister Dangiwa stated this when the President of the Governing Council of Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders of Nigeria, Hayatuddeen Atiku Auwal, paid him a courtesy visit in his office.

Arc. Dangiwa who was represented by the Minister of State in the Ministry, Abdullahi Tijjani Muhammad Gwarzo, noted that the institute’s role as regulatory body is vital to ensuring competence and conduct of practitioners, according to a statement by the Senior Special Assistant (SSA), Media, Adamu Abdullahi.

“Enactment Act of the Institute stands as a proof of the government’s commitment to fostering professionalism and excellence within the Mortgage and real estate sector,” Abdullahi quoted the Minister

Earlier, the President Governing Council Institute of Mortgage Brokers and Lenders of Nigeria, Hayatuddeen Atiku Auwal (NIQS) has intimated the Minister that members of the Institute were at his office for exploration of areas requiring support and cooperation between the Institute and the ministry.

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