Moribund assets, not good ones should go, says APBN
Amid the raging controversy over the planned sale of national assets, the Association of Professional Bodies of Nigeria (APBN) said it is only the moribund ones that are due for sale.
Atiku, Tinubu prescribe path to nation’s economic development
Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has advocated strategic growth through investment in infrastructure as a potent way to revamp the Nigeria’s economy crisis.
Heritage Bank celebrates service week with ‘business fair’
All is set for Heritage Bank’s second Business Fair, coming on the heels of the economic challenges, in a bid to impact positively to the growth of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
Experts list ways to return of confidence in economy
Professor of Political Economy, Pat Utomi, said the way to rebuilding the lost confidence rests majorly on the leadership, warning that there must be a clear direction and responsiveness to signals, as a foil to deteriorating developments.
Banking, insurance stocks buoy NSE’s volume by N16.8b
Heavy transactions in the shares of some banks and insurance companies, last week, lifted the volume of shares traded, as a turnover of 4.331 billion shares worth N16.8 billion was recorded in 16,797 deals by...
Interbank rates fall, maintain double digit profile
The interbank lending rates moderated at the close of trading last week, but maintained the double-digit profile, which the instruments assumed in the last few weeks.
NERFUND, NDE partner on recovery of N17b MSMEs’ loans
The acting NERFUND CEO, during a meeting with NDE boss, Olakunle Obayan, said NERFUND has already operationalised an effective debt recovery template, complete with a Taskforce whose efforts have started yielding encouraging outcomes.
UBA calls for entries in essay contest
Speaking at a press launch at its headquarters in Lagos, the Managing Director of UBA Foundation, Ijeoma Aso, said the essay competition provides an opportunity for students in senior secondary schools across...