Interbank lending rates to remain high as CBN auctions N136b T-Bills
The rates at which banks lend to each other ended the week at double digits again last week, an indication of sustained liquidity tightening by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
Regulatory hurdles facing Nigeria’s FinTech, by ACCA
Despite the growing trend and impact of Financial Technology (FinTech) to global finance in nearly a decade, the sector is still in need of strong guidance against regulatory hurdles.
SEC tasks CIS members on compliance to capital marke rules
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) have urged the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers to ensure that members of the institute comply with the rules and regulations governing the operations of the Nigerian capital market.
Imo launches Rice Anchor Borrower's N9 billion loan programme
Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State on Wednesday launched Rice Anchor Borrower's programme, with a charge to every adult in the state to embark on farming of rice among other products.
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.