Stakeholders chart path to growth of retail banking
Stakeholders in the financial institutions have expressed optimism in the development of retail banking as a catalyst to the growth of the economy.
Nigeria ranks seven in RTGS transactions
Despite biting economic challenges in the country, SWIFT, the owners of Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS), said Nigeria is ranked seventh among its global footprint in transactions.
PEWIN expands Africa operations to Nigeria
The Private Equity Women Investor Network (PEWIN), a global networking organisation for senior women in private equity, has expanded its operations to Nigeria.
‘Fraud examiners can help Nigeria curb corruption’
Mr Christopher Nyong was recently appointed to the International Accounting Standards Board by the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).
Unfavourable environment may keep $50 billion oil find trapped in reserves
To crown it all, latest attempt by President Muhammadu Buhari to borrow about $30million for infrastructure development to jump start the economy was vehemently opposed by the legislators on account of lack of details.
‘Investors education is very critical to return of confidence, participation in stock market’
Well, there has been a major lull in capital market activities. The volume witnessed before the recession is not the same as what we have currently, transaction volume has dipped significantly.
‘Capital market must be credible, transparent to regain confidence, FDI’
Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo has stated, that, the nation’s capital Market, can only regain investors’ confidence and attract the needed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), if it is credible, stable and transparent.
Western Union at 20, lauds resilience of Nigerians
The Regional Vice President of Western Union-Africa, Aida Diarra, while speaking at its 20th anniversary in the country, said Nigeria has become one of the most connected countries in the world when it comes to receiving and sending money.