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Letshego Microfinance Bank

2 Oct
Since its inception in 2005 by virtue of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) microfinance policy which made provision for short-term financing to MSME’s, microfinance banks have played a significant role in the growth and development of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, which in turn has boosted the operations of these businesses in terms of capacity and growth
17 Nov 2017
Letshego Microfinance Bank has bagged the “Excellence in Microfinance Banking” award at the New Age Banking Summit 2017, held in Lagos. The subsidiary of Letshego Holdings Limited, an Africa-born inclusive finance group....

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