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Deepening agric’s value chain investments for improved economy
The World Bank in a recent report disclosed that agriculture can help reduce poverty, raise incomes and improve food security for 80 per cent of the world’s poor...
Simba, Avaya explore impact of future intelligence on digital transformation
Simba Infrastructure Ltd., in partnership with Avaya, has urged businesses in Nigeria to build connected experiences for effective digital transformation. At the Avaya Innovation Day forum, designed to exclusively enhance customer experience and fulfillment, in Lagos, Avaya and Simba, representatives emphasised that digital transformation was a key factor in accelerating experiences and business growth through…
Standard Chartered Bank disputes indictment in $8.13tr illegal transfers
Barely two weeks after a Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) report indicted Standard Chartered Bank Limited for illegal transfers, with a fine of N2.47b, the bank has declared its readiness to contest the findings, saying it is innocent. The bank, which penalty for the alleged breaches had been deducted by CBN, described the apex bank’s…
Investors stake N7b in three banks’ shares
Trading in the shares of United Bank for Africa (UBA), Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) and Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc, accounted for N7 billion deals...
Stanbic IBTC’s youth series harps on resilience, skills
The maiden edition of the Stanbic IBTC Bank’s Youth Leadership Series, last week, provided a platform that featured three exceptional Nigerians, who spoke on the imperative of resilience, hardwork and perseverance to achieve individual, corporate and national goals.
Bank harps on capacity building for growth of small businesses
As part of effort at promoting growth of Small and Medium Enterprises, Stanbic IBTC Bank has insisted that the importance of capacity building cannot be over emphasized.
Banks take over Etisalat over $1.2 billion debt
Lending bankers yesterday took over telecommunications company Etisalat and subsequently announced changes in the shareholding structure of the company.
Why the $1 billion Eurobond sale should be shelved
As far as deficit-budget financing is concerned, the federal government has been relying chiefly on domestic borrowing since the country was rescued from the stranglehold of the Paris and London Clubs in 2005.
Banking has no future without digitalisation, says Sogunle
Any serious business with a future market in sight will have to take digitalisation quite seriously. Today’s customers demand faster services without compromising quality.