CBN’s policy saves N217b from rice import
• Emefiele raises hope on interest rate cut • Institute’s chief seeks improved human index The capital control policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which excluded 41 items from accessing foreign exchange (forex) at the official window, saved the country N217 billion ($600 million) worth of forex in its first full year of…
Emefiele woos global investor-community in London
Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, at the weekend in London, urged global investors to come back to Nigeria, declaring that the country is ready for business.
Cryptocurrencies: The emerged elephant in the room
The world’s monetary landscape is shifting, and one of the biggest factors is the dramatic rise in the value of cryptocurrencies so far in 2017.
CBN D-G, 50 bank chiefs get CIBN Fellowship
No fewer than 51 members of the banking community, made up of the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria...
Keystone Bank’s training academy in Lagos gets CIBN accreditation
The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN), has certified and granted full accreditation status to the Keystone Bank Limited Training Academy in Lagos, in recognition of its compliance with regulatory standards and best practices.
Experts endorse movable assets’ Act at CIBN forum
The signing into law of the bill for using movable assets as collateral, popularly known as Collateral Registry Act has been described as moves in the right direction, by financial experts.
CIBN president tasks professionals on entrepreneurship
Speaking at the 2017 CIBN Graduates Induction and Awards Day, he stated that the importance of entrepreneurship to professionals could not be over emphasised.
‘Nigeria's economy not creating value commensurate to consumption’
The Managing Director, RTC Advisory, Opeyemi Agbaje, made the submission yesterday at the opening of the 17th yearly international conference and training of the Risk Managers Association of Nigeria (RIMAN) in Lagos.