Nigeria has lost about $10 billion (about N3.6 trillion) over the past five decades in non-oil export opportunities in crops such as cocoa, oil palm, cotton and groundnut alone.
The Managing Directors of Heritage Bank Limited and Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) Limited have all confirmed their attendance at the forthcoming Finance Correspondents Association of Nigeria (FICAN) Annual workshop holding in Lagos.
The Nigeria Export-Import Bank on Tuesday called on export-oriented Small and Medium Entrepreneurs in the South-East and Niger Delta region to access the N500bn Export Stimulation Facility and the N50bn Export Development Fund being managed by the lender. The funds are expected to boost the SMEs, create more jobs, and contribute to the foreign exchange […]
Unity Bank Plc has unannounced a gross earnings of N65.03 billion and a new total asset level of N484.82 billion in its unaudited financial results for the period ended September 30th, 2017. In the bank’s statement made available to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for verification at the weekend, shows that the bank has sustained […]
Giving Credit to Whom It is Due By Tope Bankole and Uzoma Ngozi On July 26, the media was awash with news of the commissioning of the Abuja-Kaduna railway project. The news elicited a tweet from the PDP via their official twitter handle. This eventually sparked off a controversy on who should actually take […]