FirstBank’s payment card issuance hits 10 million
Premier financial institution, and Nigeria’s most valuable bank brand, First Bank of Nigeria Limited, has been named the first financial institution in Nigeria and the West-Africa sub-region...
Heritage restates support for creative industry
Heritage Bank Plc has reiterated commitment to the growth and development of Nigeria’s creative industry, as one of the major contributors to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Boosting technical efficiency through capacity building
The place of corporate social responsibility (CSR) cannot be under emphasized in business growth and development, as big companies have immensely become powerful entities to the point that they have frequently trumped the interests of sovereign nations.
Inequality and Nigeria’s budget in ‘reverse gear’
Nigeria was ranked 142 out of 144 countries on the index of diversion of public funds on the World Economic Forum Index of official corruption. These are partly borrowed funds earmarked for projects.
Honeywell’s new factory to increase capacity by 150 per cent
The company currently operates capacity of 48 per cent but the additional 125,00 metric tonnes to be generated on the completion of the factory by Q1, 2017 will increase capacity by 150 per cent.
GTBank, Access, others lift NSE’s turnover by N17.9b
A total of 178 units of Federal Government Bonds valued at N163,407.05 were traded this week in two deals, compared with a total of 5,290 units valued at N5.030million transacted last week in 15 deals.
‘Infrastructure growth, others can unlock nation’s economic potential’
British Deputy High Commissioner, Laure Beaufils said Nigeria needed to develop in infrastructure and adopt right regulatory framework, policies and institutions to encourage continuity and attract new businesses.
Royal Exchange rewards shareholders with dividend pay-out
Group Managing Director, Royal Exchange Plc, Auwalu Muktari, has assured shareholders that the insurer has restructured its balance sheet to enhance profitability and reward shareholders with dividend in the current financial year of 2017.
First Bank celebrates corporate responsibility and sustainability week
The programme is a reflection of FirstBank’s brand promise to always put its customers first while it reinforces the Bank’s role in driving sustainable development in the communities where it operates.