Report ranks GTBank among 12 global companies in developing markets

A report by the EIU has ranked GTBank among top 12 global companies to watch out for in developing markets.

Common legal mistakes start-ups make

Mistakes are certainly a part of life and are ways of learning.
CWAY Water price hike

CWAY acts like a monopolist, readies for a water price increase

CWAY Nigeria has disclosed plans to increase the price of its popular dispenser water product.
pension funds, mutual funds

Pension fund multi fund structure performance

There is no doubt that the multi fund structure has begun with the right foot forward.
Buhari at 2018 UNGA

Highlights of President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech at the United Nations

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
2018 UNGA

Nigerian billionaires at the 2018 UNGA

Nigerian billionaires Tony Elumelu and Herbert Wigwe are both present at this year's edition of the UNGA.
Jim Ovia

How Jim Ovia chose the name and logo of Zenith Bank

Jim Ovia has revealed how he chose the name and logo of his Bank, Zenith Bank Plc.
Adetokunbo Abiru CEO profile

Adetokunbo Abiru, the man under whose watch Skye Bank crumbled

Adetokunbo Abiru, who was appointed by the CBN in 2016 to try and salvage the bank’s critical condition.

RSA and retiree pension fund ranking for August 2018

Among the RSA funds the highest positive return for the month was recoded by Veritas Glanvills RSA Pension.
Ellah Lakes Plc

Ellah Lakes Plc, a company struggling to feed Nigerians with fish

Due to the high rate of fish consumption in Nigeria, there is an ever-growing demand for the commodity in the country.
Skye Bank

See what Nigerians are saying about the new Polaris Bank

The recent revocation of the license of Skye Bank by the CBN has continued to generate divergent reactions from Nigerians.
CBN

CBN gives reasons for revoking Skye Bank’s License

More facts have emerged on why the Central Bank of Nigeria revoked the operating license of the now defunct Skye Bank.

EFG Hermes eyeing further expansion In Nigeria

EFG Hermes was founded in 1984, and currently operates in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwait, Omar, and Pakistan.
Non-Performing Loans, Inflation, Unemployment, CBN, Naira

Lagos remains the state with the highest debt profile

Nigerian total debt stock stood at $73.21 billion in Q2 2018.
Nigerian Stock Exchange

Difference Between Trade & Settlement Dates

This is where the disparity between the trade and settlement date occurs.
energy drinks

Monster Energy drink leads Nigeria’s Energy drink market amidst health concerns

In recent times, there has been an increase in the number of energy drinks in the Nigerian market.
Nigeria Air

Humble Pie: What Nigerian Government said about Nigeria Air Months ago

Hadi Sirika has announced that FG has suspended the launch of the proposed National carrier, Nigeria Air.

Can Fidelity Bank Plc beat its all time best?

Fidelity Bank was incorporated on the 19th of November, 1987.
Bola Adesola

Meet Bola Adesola, one of the few female bank CEOs in Nigeria

Bola Adesola is the CEO of Standard Chartered Bank and the only female CEO heading a Nigerian bank today.
Treasury Bills

How to bid for this week’s Treasury Bills Sale

CBN is scheduled to hold a Treasury Bills PMA on 20th September, 2018.
minimum wage, VAIDS, VOARS, Muhammadu Buhari

Presidency claps back against HSBC

FG accused the bank of being complicit in money laundering for the Abacha regime.

Why Nestle Food Plc should consider a stock split

A stock split is a mandatory corporate action that shareholders cannot opt out of.

Dear Entrepreneur; Ease of doing business is not an excuse for failure by @aremofisayo

Introduction Speaking with entrepreneurs across all walks of life, one major theme keeps recurring – Nigeria is a difficult place to do business. It appears...

This new report from McKinsey ranks Nigeria among least performing economies.

McKinsey Global Institute has ranked Nigeria and 10 other emerging countries among the non-outperforming economies.

Apple iPhone Xs vs. iPhone X: What difference does a year make?

For those choosing between the X and the Xs, we’d definitely opt for the newer iPhone.
Gainers and Losers

These were the best performing stocks in the worst trading week this year

This week's trading session was the worst so far this year.
Nigerian stocks, Buy Sell Hold

Buy/Sell/Hold: Fix your eyes on these stocks for next week

Stocks on our Buy/Sell/Hold list are drawn from gainers and losers.

MTN maintains lead as Airtel loses subscribers via porting

a total of 162,522,772 subscribers were active on voice in Nigeria in Q2 2018

All red and Sweet…foreign brands dominate Nigeria’s Tomato Paste market

Tomato is an important vegetable (technically fruit) rich in the deposit of vitamins, mineral, and iron.

What you should consider your ‘retirement savings’ objective

The objective may depend on one’s definition of retirement.
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