Sterling Bank, NASME hold workshop for small businesses
Sterling Bank Plc in collaborations with Lagos Chapter of the Nigerian Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (NASME) will today, flag off a three-day Micro...
The laws of money - Part 2
My goal is to liberate 40 million people from the grip of poverty in Africa and beyond. I, therefore, wish in this article to make a mention of some laws that are responsible for wealth and prosperity.
Redemption of $3.5b forwards contract to test CBN’s forex rule
Renewed attention has been turned on the Central Bank of Nigeria over its ability to fulfill the $3.5 billion forwards contract executed on the first trading under the flexible exchange rate regime.
Six cardinal sins affecting ATM accessibility in Nigeria
“Bauchi Deputy Governor Can’t Access Cash At ATMs”, the headlines screamed on July 1, 2015. Apparently, there was no money in any of the three ATMs that the Deputy Governor tried.
‘Nigerian economy will outpace South Africa’s in 2016’
According to IMF, Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product’s growth will fall from 2.8 per cent in 2015, to 2.3 per cent in 2016, but will still be higher than South Africa’s 0.6 per cent early this year.
Ecobank wins four Euromoney awards
Ecobank, the Pan-African banking group, has won this year’s Euromoney Excellence Awards as “Best Bank for CSR in Africa” and “Best Bank for Transaction Services in Africa.”
Representatives pledge to strengthen laws against fraudulent operators
More confidence may soon return to the nation’s capital market, if the House of Representatives gets through with laws to strengthen regulation of the market.
Obasanjo tasks government on project financing
Former Head of State, Olusegun Obasanjo has stressed the need for the Federal Government to source medium and long term funds from Nigeria’s Capital Market to execute projects.