Why GTB Did Better Than Zenith In 2016

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Zenith Bank and GT Bank are two of the most profitable banks in Nigerian history. They were both the first to cross the N100...

What Jaiz Bank ‘ll bring to investors

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Jaiz Bank Plc makes history as the first non-interest financial institution to be listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). Over a month period,...

Google, three telecoms companies set to boost insurance penetration

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Google and three telecommunication companies have partnered   to deepen insurance penetration leveraging Information and Communications Technology (ICT) tools to boost insurance growth. The Managing...

Goldlink, FIRS nurture better relations

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The management of Goldlink Insurance Plc, has received a team of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS),with the purpose of fostering a better relationship...

Sterling Bank offers free banking for start-ups

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Sterling Bank has introduced a new scheme for small start-up businesses in the country, tagged: “Start Up Proposition,” which offers free banking services for...

FCMB woos small businesses with free banking services

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Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) may be in line for a treat, as First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited has introduced free banking transactions...

UAE’s Etisalat escapes takeover by consortium of banks in Nigeria

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If it were not the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Etisalat, the telecom giant of the United Arab...

Understanding the FGN savings bonds

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The Debt Management Office of Nigeria launched a new retail investment programme called the FGN Savings Bonds. In this article, Nairametrics will explain what...
Visa Partners Access Bank to Launch Business Debit Card for SMEs

VISA Tailors Products For Nigeria, Reinstates Commitment To Nigeria’s Financial Inclusion Drive

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Global payments technology company, Visa on Tuesday was present at the social media week, Lagos. The Group Country Director/CEO, Visa West Africa, Mr. Ade...

Recession: Nigerian businesses can remain profitable

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For companies in Nigeria currently battling the recession, the challenges are slowing sales and reduced earnings due to spiraling costs from high inflation and...

Nigeria’s GDP: Positive signals for 2017

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We project that the 2017 current account balance will post a surplus of 0.2% of GDP in 2017, from an estimate of -0.6% in...

Nigeria Has A New National Tax Policy

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The Federal Executive Council, the highest Executive decision making organ in Nigeria, yesterday approved a new National Tax Policy for the country. The Policy will...