Executive Director, Personal Banking, Access Bank Plc, Mr. Victor Etuokwu .
Executive Director, Personal Banking, Access Bank Plc, Mr. Victor Etuokwu has assured that the business combination of Access Bank and Diamond Bank will trigger the growth of small businesses and set a new pace for the banking industry in Nigeria.
CBN Governor Godwin Emefiele
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said it would raise treasury bills worth N823.43 billion in the first quarter of 2019.
If you’re a multimillionaire and you’ve heard the chatter about a new top tax rate of 70%, don’t worry—it’ll never happen.
CBN’s Acting Director, Corporate Communications Department, Isaac Okorafor.
The Central Bank of Nigeria at the weekend made its first intervention in the inter-bank sector of the Foreign Exchange market for 2019 with a sum of $210m.
L-R: Acting Permanent Secretary,Office of the Head of Service, Mrs Adejoke Eyitayo,Director Pension and Post Service, Mr Adekunle Adesola, while presenting cheque to one of the beneficiaries,Mrs Kobiowu Simbiat, at at the Old Ministry of Establishment and Training, Secretariat, Ibadan.
The Oyo State Government has released the sum of N204.235 million for another set of 81 retirees to offset their outstanding gratuities.
Speaker Obasa and Gov. Ambode
Lagos State Commissioner for Budget and Economic Planning, Mr. Olusegun Banjo, on Wednesday said that the 2019 Budget was already before the State House of Assembly and had intended to be read before the house on December 24, 2018.
In its desire to put tasty meals on the tables of Nigerians, Dangote Flour Mills (DFM) has rolled into the market two products, Dangote Semolina and whole wheatmeal.
Kennedy Uzoka, UBA GMD
The Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of United Bank of Africa (UBA) Plc, Kennedy Uzoka, has assured better days ahead for all the customers of the bank in all its 23 countries of operations.
Nigeria needs not less than 337 billion dollars to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from 2019 to 2022, the UN Support Plan for the Sahel has estimated. According to the exchange rate by the Central Bank of Nigeria, the figure represents 103 trillion Naira, over 11 times more than the proposed N8.9 trillion Budget for 2019. The cost of implementing the SDGs in Nigeria, according to the plan is 80.65 billion dollars in 2019, 82.83 billion dollars in 2020, 85.07 billion dollars in 2021 and 87.37 billion dollars in 2022.
As part of efforts to promote a stable financial system, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has launched a Consumer Complaints Management System (CCMS).