For me, President Jonathan is a gentleman and a friend but I have a fundamental disagreement on his management of the economy. The post Soludo shoots back at Jonathan, says President missed the point on missing N30 trillion appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The Nigerian Apex Bank (CBN), has resolved to opt for a more centralised approach to regulate Islamic Banking in Nigeria. According to the CBN, an advisory body known as the Financial Regulation Advisory Council of Experts will be initiated.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has finalised plans to opt for a centralised approach to regulate Islamic Banking in Nigeria. The CBN will set up an advisory body,known as the Financial Regulation Advisory Council of Experts, that will oversee the industry in Nigeria.
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has yesterday announced plans to salvage the Naira from dropping by cancelling the official window where it sells dollar to end users through banks twice a week. According to Vanguard publication, the Naira will now be sold at the ruling inter-bank market rate indicating
Nigeria’s number one bank, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has laid down a set of new guidelines for the treatment and management of dormant accounts by commercial banks, Punch reports. According to CBN, the aims of the new policy is to ensure that dormant account funds are identified and routed
Nigeria’s apex bank, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has introduced new guidelines for the treatment and management of dormant accounts by commercial banks. According to Punch, the objectives of the policy is to ensure that dormant account funds are identified and channelled through appropriate institutions to make them more productive
The CBN had on January 28 put up some measures to stabilize the Naira and save it from further depreciation. The post CBN may devalue Naira again, as currency slumps to N213 to dollar at parallel market appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The Naira on Monday lost N2 to the dollar to sell at N210 at the Bureau De Change (BDCs) segment of the official market. It also depreciated by N4 at the black market, selling at N213 to the dollar. A dealer, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told the News