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CIBN accredits Keystone Bank Training Academy

Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) has certified and granted full accreditation status to the Keystone Bank Limited Training Academy. The bank received accreditation in recognition of its compliance with regulatory standards and best practices. The certification came at the end of ...

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SEC Receives Boost of N1.5m Share

The investor protection initiatives of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) received a boost last weekend when an investor, Rev. Fr. Samuel Ukeje Ikechukwu received a cheque for the sum of N1.5m for his share that were illegally sold. According ...

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Experts collaborate to revive textile industry

By AbdulRaheem Aodu Kaduna —  The Raw Materials Research and Development Council (RMRDC) has partnered with El-Jahb Mubarak Nigeria Limited to organise a training workshop for prospective investors in the area of production of textiles for local and international markets. ...

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NAICOM testruns risk-based supervision

The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM), has revealed plans to begin the experimentation of the industry’s Risk-Based Supervision (RBS) with 10 companies. This was disclosed by the Deputy Commissioner, Technical, Sunday Thomas, at the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria (CIIN) 2017 ...

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Mutual Benefits wins award

Mutual Benefits Assurance Plc has declared the 2017 Interswitch Payment Innovation Driver Award Winner in the Insurance Category of the Interswitch Awards and Gala Night held in Lagos. The Company won the Award in recognition of the innovative cashless payment ...

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Curb indolence of DisCos

Th e latest data released by the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) showed that 61,711mw of electricity was allocated to the 11 electricity distribution companies in August alone from which they served an estimated 11.05m households with 55,239mw. However, the ...

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FG needs $16bn for rail lines – Amaechi

By Abdullahi M. Gulloma Abuja Th e federal government needs about $16 billion to construct major rail lines, Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, has said. Th e minister said this yesterday while speaking to State House correspondents after a ...

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NTSB, ICAO collaborate to salvage AIB

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) recognises the important role that eff ective training will play in the pursuit of its pressing objectives by enlisting international organisations to train its technical personnel to make them knowledgeable, fl exible, dedicated, and effi ...

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Workers face sack as FG winds down NERFUND

The Federal Government has begun plans to shut down the National Economic Reconstruction Fund (NERFUND) over non-performance and non-performing loans of over N17.5 billion. A source at the Federal Ministry of Finance, told our correspondent on Thursday in Abuja that ...

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Ayade tasked on multiple taxation

<h4>  Francis Ogar Calabar </h4>  A leading aluminium company in Calabar, Cross River state that is into the production of high quality aluminium roofing sheets of different designs such as long span, step tiles and metro cops has lamented multiple ...

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NBMA seeks collaboration with Police

Stories by Helen Oji, Abuja— As part eff orts to brace up the activities of the National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA), the DirectorGeneral, Dr. Rufus Ebegba has called for synergy with the FCT Police Command on the enforcement and regulation ...

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