As Nigeria goes through a maelstrom of transformation or the fight for it, Nigerian-American; business futurist Ade Olufeko, based in the southwest, is in the trenches making massive waves despite a constant...
Financial inclusion: Affordability and financing for smallholders
Nigeria's financial services sector is failing to meet the needs of the single most important group in its agricultural value chain and perhaps the entire economy: smallholders.
Access banking solutions designed to move your business forward
The vision of every business owner is to ensure that their business transcends into greater heights.
Going into e-commerce is a way of making a difference in the country
The digital brand is owner and ardent entrepreneur, Linus Williams Ifejika, has said his journey into e-commerce is a way of making a difference in the country economy. He said, “a great company starts little and making a company, brand, organization be what it is, is done collectively, a great business idea calls for unlimited…
Mitchell Zvagelskiy, the e-commerce’s rising star
Over the years, electronic commerce or e-commerce has grown by leaps and bounds.
'SEC will regulate crypto-token that qualifies as securities transactions'
The Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed a legal framework that will regulate Crypto-token or crypto-coin investments when the character of the investments qualifies as securities transactions. According to SEC, the proposed regulation was aimed at promoting market efficiency and transparency and not impede the nascent technology. The apex capital market regulator insisted that…
How to trade Stocks in Nigeria? A beginners' guide
The trend of stock trading has been steadily picking up throughout the world since the advent of electronic trading in 1970. In the past decade, there has been increased participation of the millennials in the Stock market through online trading apps like Robinhood and E-Trade which has given boost to trading figures. Nigeria too has…
Neat stitch on the fiscal purse
In light of the covid-19 pandemic, there have been adjustments to the national fiscal purse. The total FGN spending of N10.52trn (US$27.2bn) including government...
IMF-induced policies will repress Nigeria's currency, Labour warns
Submitting to the International Monetary Fund, IMF-induced policies would further distort and repress Nigeria's currency, organised labour has warned.
FIRS: Making stamp duty the new black gold
This matter of making the Stamp Duty (and by implication tax revenue) the next black gold has occupied my mind even long before I was appointed the Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service.
Will bitcoin exceed $20,000 this year?
For so many years, people relied on banks and governments for various financial policies. These policies often carried added or hidden fees which made people spend a lot more money than required. Frustrated with the current situation, the people decided to use technological advancement and create a self-sustainable currency. And so Bitcoin was born. During…
See how more people are making extra cash during this pandemic
For most of us, this pandemic is the first time we’ve had to stay strapped inside for a long time, with almost nothing to do. But the good news is many people have found little opportunities to earn that extra cash while self-isolating. One way they’re doing that is through the GTBank Make Money service.