About LONDON INSTITUTE OF AFRICA CHARTERED ECONOMISTS (LIACE)

About LONDON INSTITUTE OF AFRICA CHARTERED ECONOMISTS (LIACE)

London Institute of Africa Chartered Economists was established and approved as a world regulatory professional body for the professional economists under the act of 1988, section 19 (2) by the government of Namibia. The objectives and purpose of the establishment of this economic and finance professional body is to regulate the profession and bring together the chartered economists around the global. LIACE is also ensuring to train and retrain the chartered economists Africa as to contribute positively to their various societies and nations. LIACE members have been given full recognition all over the world as a competent world chartered economists either in the public service or private sector. LIACE members have been assisting government, individual, entrepreneurs, investors and assisting in taken the right decision about the current economy situation. LIACE have members Africa such as Namibia, Nigeria, Ghana, Gambia, Zambia, South Africa, Kenya, Liberia, Senegal, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Portugal, Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Togo, Congo, Morocco, Mali, Swaziland, Togo, Mozambique, Seychelles and Libya, etc.

LIACE is a world chartered economists regulatory body for all chartered economist's worldwide. Membership may be attained or achieved via direct membership for veterans only or via our studentship route. LIACE groom and reshape the economists from grassroots of amateur level to the highest level of economic professionalism (Chartered Economist).