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United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, the pan-African financial services group, operating in 19 African countries, has released its audited 2016 full year results, showing significant growth in gross earnings and profits, an attestation to its resilience, enhanced productivity and geographic diversification, evident in the impressive contribution from its African subsidiaries.
Mrs Raliat Oyetunde, Chief Executive, Prinsult Consulting and a business expert on Monday, urged the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to deepen awareness and improve publicity about the National Collateral Registry (NCR).
As shareholders converged for its 4th annual general meeting, Stanbic IBTC Holdings PLC, a member of Standard Bank Group, has reiterated its commitment to deliver outstanding value to clients and stakeholders.
The Naira on Thursday marginally appreciated against the dollar at the parallel market, Newsverge reports.
Guaranty Trust Bank plc has released its audited financial results for the year ended December 31, 2016 to the Nigerian and London Stock Exchanges.
A review of the results shows positive performance across all financial indices, reaffirming the Bank’s position as one of the most profitable and well managed financial institutions in Nigeria.
Some blue chips on Wednesday recorded price losses on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) with the market indicators sliding by 0.57 per cent.
Nigerian private sector activity expanded for a second straight month in February, driven by a rise in new business despite a fall in export sales, a survey showed on Friday.
Experts have projected sustained low activity in high yielding fixed income investment instruments as financial institutions save funds to take position in the forex market via the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) new window.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Tuesday injected another sum of $100 million into the interbank foreign exchange market, its acting Director, Corporate Communications, Isaac Okorafor has said.
As part of its continued effort to ensure improved economic growth and achieve a market-determined exchange rate regime, the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan 2017-2020 has said that Nigeria sees 2017 inflation at 15.74 percent, and at 12.42 percent next year.