Fidelity Bank presents prizes to promo winners
FIDELITY Bank Plc has presented a cheque of N1 million to the star prize winner in the ongoing ‘Save4Shelter’ promo held at the corporate headquarters of the bank, in Lagos.
Kié emerges Ecobank’s MD designate
The Board of Directors of Ecobank Nigeria has announced the appointment of Charles Kie as the new Managing Director Designate of the financial institution, with effect from January 1, subject to the approval of the Central Bank of Nigeria and other regulatory requirements.
‘Professional Hair Care Services Is A Necessity In Nigeria’
MOST women are familiar with Natures Gentle Touch range of hair and scalp products but certainly not with Natures Gentle Touch Hair Institute. What is the institute all about?
‘Business Environment Has Been Very Tough And Challenging’
Meristem is a financial services conglomerate with five subsidiaries whose service offerings range from brokerage and securities trading. This is done by Meristem Stockbrokers Limited. Meristem Registrars Limited are in charge of Registrars to quoted and unquoted companies.
Fidelity Bank presents prizes to Save4Shelter winners
No fewer than 38 winners in the ongoing Save4Shelter promo by Fidelity Bank Plc have been presented with their prizes, which include a house in Abuja, 12 fridges and generators, while 14 others shared N13 million.
RMB Nigeria unveils CSR programme, plans internship support
The Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) Nigeria said it would reach out to institutions where individual capacities enhancement and girl-child education are promoted.
Governor seeks ANAN, IFAC’s support to attract investors
The Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong, has urged accountants in the country to join in the fight against corruption through transparent activities to attract investments.
IMF’s SDR: Chinese currency may attract five per cent of global reserves
With the Inclusion of renminbi- China’s currency in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Special Drawing Rights (SDR) basket, there is an expectation that global central banks may reallocate one per cent......