Southeast farmers score Anchor Borrowers Programme low
Late release of agricultural inputs and long protocol required to access loans under the Federal Government’s Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP) are major factors for poor performance of the scheme in the Southeastern...
Unity Bank shows financial resilience
Unity Bank Plc, a leading agric-lender, raised its asset value to N492.02 billion, which represents an increase of 67.9 per cent, from the N293.05 billion posted in 2019. This comes as it posted an impressive earning per share of 17.85 Kobo.
Bank holds Corpreneurship challenge
As part of efforts to contribute to the growth of entrepreneurship and boost job creation in Nigeria, Unity Bank Plc has announced the third edition of its Entrepreneurship Development Initiative, also known as Corpreneurship Challenge...
Bank grossed N33.9bn, grew assets by 44% in 9 months
Unity Bank Plc has declared gross earnings of N33.9 billion for the nine months ending September 30, 2020. The bank also recorded a 44 per cent growth in its assets in the period.
Weak sentiments persist as NSE index dips further by 0.39%
Continued price losses suffered by most blue-chip stocks, sentiments remained weak on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) yesterday, as the All-Share Index fell by 0.39 per cent.
Fire guts section of Unity Bank's head office
Unity Bank has said a fire incident occurred at his head office in Lagos on Monday morning. The bank said only a floor at the head office was affected by the incident. "We regret to inform the public that there was a fire incident on one of the floors of our Head Office building early this…
Unity Bank’s agribusiness, retail lifts profit by 96%
Unity Bank Plc has stated that its increasing focus on areas of strength, especially agribusiness and retail banking, has impacted positively its bottom line, as it recorded 96 per cent rise in Profit Before Tax (PBT) for the half-year ended June 2019.
Transporter returns N2.2bn mistakenly paid into his account
The Managing Director of Peace Mass Transit (PMT), Dr. Maduka Onyishi, says he has returned the sum of N2.2 billion, which was wrongly paid into his First Bank of Nigeria account.