Open Banking, CeBIH’s role and Nigeria’s e-payment growth
Open Banking is an initiative that is aimed at addressing the challenge confronting many bank customers, especially those with multiple bank accounts.
CeBIH, Sterling Bank urge growth in digital competencies, deployments
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Sterling Bank Plc, Abubakar Suleiman, has called on members of the Committee on E-Business...
Jacob emerges CeBIH chair
Stanley Jacob has been elected the Chairman of the Committee of e-Banking Industry Heads (CeBIH). Stanley was elected alongside nine others into the executive committee charged with the affairs of CeBIH for the next one year. Prior to his election, Stanley served as the Vice chairman of CeBIH in 2017, and he is currently the…
CeBIH to expedite financial inclusion leveraging digital, says Stanley
Committee of E-Business Industry Heads (CeBIH) will promote digital solutions targeted at the bottom of the pyramid in a bid to expedite access to financial services across the country. Mr. Stanley Jacob, newly elected Chairman CeBIH, stated this in his acceptance speech at the election of new executives held in Lagos at the Keystone Bank…
CeBIH, stakeholders and financial inclusion’s digital drive
The quest to reduce the population of adult Nigerians outside the formal financial services requires alignment of digital payment strategies with the nation’s financial inclusion goals.
Experts urge CBN, CeBIH to partner on financial inclusion for incentives
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Committee of E-Business Industry Heads (CeBIH) have been called on to collaborate with other stakeholders in the electronic payment industry.
CeBIH seeks healthy competition for e-payment growth in 2017
As 2017 financial year approaches, the Committee of E-Banking Industry Heads (CeBIH) has called on banks and electronic payment (e-payment) service providers to embrace cooperative ...
How and why people commit efraud
Pressure, opportunity and rationalization form the fraud triangle, which information technology security experts now believe are reasons why people commit electronic fraud.