Stanbic Bank saves GH¢472,091 through renewable energy

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestStanbic Bank Ghana has saved GH¢472,091 on energy and has avoided grid costs of GH¢1,849,325 as part of a move

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Bank of Ghana’s impending cyber security directives

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestThe Bank of Ghana’s Cyber and Information Security Directive, expected in the coming months, will mandate all banks to appoint

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Local banks reduce staff to meet GH¢400m minimum capital

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestWith the clock ticking towards the deadline for universal banks in the country to increase their minimum capital to GHc400

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Maintaining policy rate will not erode gains made – Economist

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestAlthough inflation, which is a key determinant in setting the policy rate, is hovering around 10% for June after inching

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Expired contracts of bank CEOs, Board Chairs not to be renewed next year

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestThe Bank of Ghana has renewed the enforcement of the new corporate governance rules for banks and specialized deposit taking

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FBN Bank Ghana Rewards 10 Winners in its ‘Save & Win promo’

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestFBN Bank Ghana has rewarded 10 lucky winners in the bank’s first mini draw of its ongoing ‘Save & Win

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Afb Ghana, expands bond funding by GH¢200m

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestTo support the inclusive finance entity’s ongoing expandion strategy, Afb Ghana has increased its bond issue by two thirds, to

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Ghana lost GH¢892M in 2017 to financial irregularities in MDAs

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestGhana lost GH¢892 million in the year 2017 to what is described as financial irregularities in the operations of various

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5% budget deficit capping could be difficult in election year

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestEconomist, Dr. Ebo Tuckson is warning that government’s attempt to cap the budget deficit at 5 percent could suffer a

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Ghana’s rising debt; no cause for alarm yet – Economist

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailGoogle+PinterestEconomist Prof. Peter Quartey has said there is no cause for alarm at the moment on Ghana’s rising debt stock.

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