April 22

  • NBC Earns U.S $42.32 Million Assets

    EA Business

    The National Bank of Commerce (NBC), last week announced its financial results for the year 2013 having increased its total assets from Tsh1,518billion ($931,02million) in 2012 to... Read more »

  • AFB Signs Naivas in Kenya Credit Bid

    EA Business

    Consumer finance company, afb, has signed up Naivas Supermarket to offer customers the chance to purchase goods on credit. Read more »

  • Central Bank Unveils Modern ICT System

    New Times

    The National Bank of Rwanda has unveiled a new core banking system that is tipped to enhance the bank's operations security and service delivery. Read more »

  • Equity Bank Seeks to Grow Commissions From Cards

    The Star

    FRESH from successful bid to venture into telco markets, Equity bank is launching an onslaught on fledgling merchant business and payment process segment to grow its revenue from... Read more »

  • High Default Rate Undermines Banks

    Daily News

    INADEQUATE entrepreneurial skills and prudence in spending of loans are among major factors for higher rates of default and bad debts in financial institutions. Read more »

  • Reliance Financial Services Seals Tie With Visaca Apex

    The Point

    The leading non-bank financial institution in The Gambia has continued to meet the needs and aspirations of the Gambian people, especially the rural dwellers, by taking them into... Read more »

  • Do Local Airlines Have Adequate Passenger Insurance Cover?

    Times of Zambia

    AIR travel is rapidly becoming very popular in Zambia. This can be seen from increased flights to various routes by Proflight Zambia let alone the coming of yet another local... Read more »

  • Steward Bank Lays Off 40 Percent of Staff

    New Zimbabwe

    STEWARD Bank has laid off 127 employees, about 40 percent of its workforce, to cut costs as it continues to "clean up" its forerunner's legacy, sources familiar with developments... Read more »

  • Insurance Sector Grows, but Ugandans Stay Away

    Observer

    Henry Watanye opens his stall in St Balikuddembe (Owino) market before dawn. A dealer in second-hand clothes, Watanye says he sells to people who go to the market very early in the... Read more »

  • Cash Sprayers Risk Prosecution, Says CNB

    CAJ News

    THE Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has warned that it would soon take punitive action against individuals who spray cash at social functions. Read more »

  • Ghana Bank Clients to Pay Vat

    CAJ News

    A NUMBER banks operating in Ghana face a daunting task of growth following the revelation that the government is planning, through the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), to place 17,5... Read more »

  • Police Foil ATM Bombing in Limpopo

    SAnews.gov.za

    Police in Limpopo have nabbed a gang of six men suspected of planning to hold up staff at a business premises and blowing up an ATM. Read more »

  • CBG Inks Pact With CIBN

    Daily Observer

    The Central Bank of The Gambia (CBG) last Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) on CIBNs local examination centre... Read more »

  • Nigeria Gets N40 Billion World Bank Credit to Boost Water Supply

    Premium Times

    The World Bank has approved a $250 million (about N40 billion) credit facility from the International Development Association, IDA, to help boost access to water supply services... Read more »

  • Traders Appeal to CBN Over Scarcity of Lower Denomination Naira Notes

    This Day

    Some traders in Lagos Monday appealed to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to ease their transactions with customers by injecting adequate lower denomination naira notes into the... Read more »



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