Standard Chartered plans fingerprint tech this year
Standard Chartered Bank said it would launch a fingerprint recognition technology in its eight-country markets across Africa in the second half of the year, giving clients a more secure...
Market stakeholders harp on treasury automation for efficiency
Stakeholders in the financial market have raised concerns over the need to measure efficiency in treasury operation functions, especially as the current economic situation calls for transparency and cost reduction.
Bank of England unveils new plastic Churchill £5 note
The Bank of England on Thursday unveiled the design of a new £5 (6.5 euros, $7.2) banknote bearing the image of wartime leader Winston Churchill at an event in his family's ancestral home of Blenheim Palace.
WEF and Africa’s quest for industrial revolution
The World Economic Forum on Africa 2016, held from May 11 to 13 in Kigali, Rwanda, with the theme “Connecting Africa’s Resources through Digital Transformation ...
Money lessons from Kevin Hart’s success
Listen!! The concept of laughing till you cry was foreign to me for the longest time. In fact, I thought it was stupid. How can one possibly laugh so hard that they start crying...
Experts chart path for wealth consolidation, transfer
Nigerian grown businesses stand a better chance of cross-generational success when entrepreneurs pass on wealth to their offspring through early preservation planning.
Reversing trend in faltering economic numbers
Nigeria’s faltering economic indices, which reached a new high in May, with inflation and first quarter 2016 Gross Domestic Product’s data tending towards recession, have stoked reactions from market analysts and operators.