Uber, Visa partnership bouys digital commerce
The partnership leverages both technology platforms to encourage the use of electronic payments among consumers across the continent.
Shareholders list factors for restoring confidence in stock market
They added that collaborative efforts among regulators in the entire market ecosystem would reduce penalties slammed on listed firms, which, according to them, impacts negatively on investors’ dividend.
Sterling Bank takes STEM project to 10 states
The 10 states that will benefit from the cleaning exercise are Lagos, Oyo, Rivers, Kaduna, Ogun, Kano, Kwara, Plateau, Enugu, and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
‘We are innovating ways and manners of providing service to our customers’
The Stanbic IBTC Platinum Private Banking (PPB) offering is an exclusive platform for servicing our HNI clients consisting mostly of Executives in the companies we deal with at the Corporate and Investment Banking and Business Banking levels.
CBN attributes economic crises to external factors
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has again attributed current economic crises to a mix of external factors like slide in crude oil prices, and internal factors such as under-investment in domestic productive sector.
Government requires N3.5trillion to provide 700,000 houses yearly
Nigeria requires a whooping N3.5trillion to build 700,000 housing units on a yearly basis for her teeming population. But this target has become difficult to attain as a result of the on-going economic challenges facing the nation, Managing Director of the Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company....
Skye Bank recovers N60 billion from debtors, N6 billion from divestment
Stability is fast returning to Skye Bank Plc, as it had recorded a N60 billion recovery from its bad loan books.It also achieved a N6.2 billion cash inflow from full divestment from four local subsidiaries, and currently in the process of divesting from others....
Unilever Nigeria floats N58.9 billion rights issue
Following shareholders approval received in May, Unilever Nigeria Plc, has announced that it has received regulatory clearance for the issue documents from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), in respect of a Rights Issue.