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ABOUT ICSAN
The international body was founded in Britain in 1891 and received Royal Charter in 1902. The Institute in Nigeria was established many years ago as an associate of the international body. It was granted autonomy in August, 1988 and was incorporated under the Companies Act 1968. It was granted a Charter by Act No. 19 of 1991 (formerly Decree No. 19 of 1991). The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators of Nigeria (ICSAN) is the leading recognised professional body in Nigeria dedicated to enhancing the status and practice of Corporate Governance and Public Administration. The ICSAN educational and professional structure is dedicated to the task of broadening the professional horizons of tomorrow’s managers by providing programmes on wide range of subjects that lead to a qualification which is nationally and internationally recognised. The professional qualification is the equivalence of business education comparable to a master’s degree level programme. It is a “professional qualification that results from professional education”. No one becomes a member of the Institute without passing the qualifying examinations.

 
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Who is a Chartered Secretary?  
Chartered Secretaries are high ranking professionals who are trained to uphold the highest standards of corporate governance, effective operations, compliance and administration. Highly valued by employers for their ICSA training, Chartered Secretaries are the primary source of advice on the conduct of business. This can span everything from legal advice to conflict of interest, through accounting advice, to the development of strategy and corporate planning. Chartered Secretaries are employed as chairs, chief executives and non-executives directors, as well as managers and company secretaries.
   
  Objectives
   
To develop and promote the professional ideals, standards, ethics and code of conduct and the interests of the Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.
 
Encourage potential Chartered Secretaries and Administrators to acquire professional qualification, and organise continuing education programme and refresher courses for the profession.
 
Create opportunities for social interaction, communication, and solidarity among the members.
 
Maintain an appointment register and foster excellent professional practice.
 
Establish a student’s section for the encouragement and development of student activities.
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