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23 May
The Bank of Industry (BOI) recorded a 75 per cent increase in its Profit Before Tax to N61.15 billion in the 2021 financial period.
21 May
The Bank of Industry (BoI) says it recorded a 75 per cent increase in Profit Before Tax to N61.15 billion in the 2021 financial period.
20 May
Despite challenges occasioned by the COVID-10 pandemic, the Nigerian banking industry has remained resilient, delivering 15.6 per cent and 6.8 per cent growth in total assets and profits respectively in the first half of 2021.
27 Apr 2018
The Bank of Industry’s (BOI) total lending to Small, Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) stood at over N112.5 billion in the 2017 financial period, the Chairman of the Bank, Aliyu  Dikko has said.

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