One company is credited for pioneering the aluminium roofing sheet movement in Nigeria, and it is aptly named First Aluminium Nigeria Plc.
Nigeria has defaulted in the agreement reached by the Organization Petroleum Exporting Country (OPEC) to cut crude oil production.
From pre-colonial days to the current century, the role and status of Nigerian women have continued to evolve in Nigeria.
Mistakes come in grades but a $308,000 mistake, that's a costly mistake!
The NSE is set to start listing of mutual funds.
The Board of Directors of Fidson Healthcare Plc have notified the Nigerian Stock Exchange and by so doing, the investment public, that the company...
Fund Managers Association of Nigeria could not meet their prediction for 2018 which had a number of initiatives by the Association to grow the industry.
The scandalous crisis that has engulfed South Africa’s pension industry seems to be presenting pension fund managers all over Africa with case studies in pension fund management.
Highlights The average price per litre of Kerosene increased by 5.35% month on month, and 6.03% year-on-year between December 2018 and...
Nigerian mutual funds generated an estimated gain of N1.9 billion in 2018, to bring its total Net Asset Value to N648.2 billion.
In a year When the World’s largest pension fund, the Japanese Government Pension Investment Fund loses 9.1% or 14.8 trillion Japanese Yen, amounting to...
PenCom has out doored yet another radio programme entitled, “PenCom on the radio”.
All Retirement Savings Accounts in the Nigerian pensions ecosystem ended the 2018 fiscal year in the green.
The Blockchain is a decentralized or a distributed ledger technology that allows a number of participants to maintain the ledger verifying and authenticating transactions
Nigeria has been known all over the world for various reasons, the good, the bad and at times, the ugly.
The popularity of mutual funds and the part they play in retirement savings has long been embraced all over the world except in Nigeria.
Following the consolidation of Lafarge’s operations in Nigeria and South Africa, the company has reported negative earnings.
The survey which was carried out with a sample size of 1,050 businesses comprising of small, medium and large organisations.
Pension funds investment in FG issued securities increased in the month of October.
It appears that the radio program started recently by PenCom is already paying off.