‘Ecobank well-positioned for next generation of digital banking’
Indeed, in less than 18 months, if you look at our financials by the end of June 2017, we have been able to increase our cost to income ratio from more than 60 per cent to 145 per cent now.
Foreign airlines, forex and high fares
It has been inscrutable why Nigeria’s population and other economic indices have not reflected in favourable international airfares out of Nigeria over the years.
Firm’s MD laments AMCON takeover
The Group Managing Director Of Suru Worldwide Ventures Nigeria, Edward Akinlade has cried out over the illegal takeover attempt of one of his properties by officials of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON).
AMCON denies plan to sell Arik to Ethiopian Airlines
The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) yesterday denied plan to sell Arik Air to one of the leading airlines in Africa, Ethiopian Airlines.
‘Arik regains customers’ confidence with 4,000 passenger traffic daily’
Chief Executive Officer of Air Air, Capt. Roy Ilegbodu, speaks on revival operations and survival prospects of the airline six months after its takeover by Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria...
NAAPE to ground operations over sack of 600 Aero Contractors’ workers
The pilots and engineers, under the aegis of National Association of Aircraft Pilots and Engineers (NAAPE), said the strike is a protest against the sack of about 600 workers without any benefit.
Kuru becomes fellow of IoD
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), Ahmed Kuru, has been admitted as a Fellow, Institute of Directors (IoD), at the Institute’s 2017 5th biennial presidential lecture in Lagos.
NUPENG may begin strike over unpaid terminal benefits of members
NUPENG will withdraw its services from Abuja and its environs from August 10, 2017 over the refusal of AMCON to pay retrenched staff of Seawolf Oil services.