Audit reveals GH¢800m ‘misappropriated by six state institutions’

A forensic audit of the finances of some state institutions reveals that over GH¢800 million has been allegedly misappropriated, with traces leading to

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Mobilise taxes progressively to solve inequality – Report

Government must reverse declining public spending by expanding the tax net and ensuring progressive revenue generation if the inequality among

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Gov’t extends date for calculating cost of imports due to cedi depreciation

The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has stated that government is in the process of reviewing the date used in

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Ghana’s Balance of Payment Strengthens Consistently – Standard Bank

Ghana’s Balance of Payment (BOP) has strengthened consistently aided by oil exports, strong foreign exchange reserves and issuance of Eurobonds,

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Cryptocurrency: Advocates push for swift laws by BoG

Cryptocurrency analysts are urging the Bank of Ghana to expedite processes to formulate laws to regulate their business. They want

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SEC approves Energy bank’s IPO to raise GH¢340m

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved for the Energy Commercial bank to issue an Initial Public Offering (IPO)

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Withholding VAT not new tax – Accountant General assures public

The Controller and Accountant General, Mr Eugene Asante Ofosuhene, has allayed the fears of the public, especially the business community,

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Omnibank, Sahel Sahara to spend GH¢1.2m on merger

It will cost about one million cedis to complete the merger between Omnibank and Sahel Sahara bank. This is the

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S&P’s ‘B’ rating of Ghana is endorsement of BoG’s measures – Peter Quartey

A professor of Economics with the Institute of Social, Statistical and Economic Research (ISSER), Prof. Peter Quartey says Standards and Poor’s

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BoG must ensure banks obey new cyber fraud rules–consultant

Some financial risk consultants have urged the Bank of Ghana to strictly ensure banks comply with robust plans yet to

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