Data collection, public-private synergy top recommendations for Nigeria economic recovery
Data collection and management, public-private synergy, skills acquisition and a review of policies topped the list of recommendations by experts for the restart of the Nigerian economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic at the first edition of The Guardian-Fintech 1000+ Webinar Series on Wednesday. The webinar held via Zoom streaming platform had stakeholders from different…
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Bank wins award for education funding
For deploying its landmark Agent Banking Edu-Finance Scheme to ease the burden of upfront payments of school fees on parents and provide funding for schools...
Sterling Bank plans to invest more than N10 Billion in education sector by 2020
Sterling Bank has identified Education as one of the sectors to focus its investment and also make a meaningful impact on the Nigerian economy. It identified the sector as one of the five critical sectors in dire need of investment.
Sterling Bank gathers stakeholders for Africa agric summit
To strengthen agriculture, the most important sector of the African economy, Sterling Bank brings together policy makers, development agencies, international financial institutions, and value chain players on the continent through Agriculture Summit Africa
FG, Sterling Bank, others partner on renewable energy for 340,000 SMEs
The Federal Government, Sterling Bank, and Virtus Energy Solutions Limited, yesterday partnered to enhance power production for small businesses in the country.
Sterling Bank to unveil initiative, trains paramilitary on financial plan
Upholding its commitment to creating social good for communities across the country, Sterling Bank has trained serving members of the armed forces and paramilitary on financial and retirement planning.
Sterling Bank ranked among best places to work in Africa
Sterling Bank Plc has been adjudged as the third best place to work in Nigeria and on the African continent at the 2019 edition of the yearly Great Place To Work (GPTW) awards held in Lagos.
Sterling Bank reiterates commitment to SMEs in food sector
Sterling Bank Plc has reiterated its commitment to the empowerment of small and medium scale enterprises (SMEs), particularly those in the food sector...