Home Topics Banking Supervision

Banking Supervision

Central bank pegs remunerable bank deposits at N2 billion

The Central Bank of Nigeria has pegged bank deposit placement through its Standing Deposit Facility (SDF) at N2billion, saying that any amount in excess of that will not attract interest payment.

Central bank intensifies pressure on banks to lend to the economy

In a bid to further stimulate lending to the economy, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, yesterday, said bank deposit placement through its Standing Deposit Facility, SDF, in excess of N2 billion will not attract interest payment.

CBN: Nigeria attracted $6 billion FDI in three months

The Central Bank of Nigeria has said the country attracted $6 billion foreign investments in the first three months of the year.

Recent Stories

Renault

Renault and Nigeria’s Coscharis Group form partnership

French carmaker Renault and Nigerian conglomerate Coscharis Group have formed a partnership to assemble and distribute Renault vehicles in Nigeria, the companies said on Thursday.
The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) has granted 412 foreign-trained doctors the nod to practice medicine in the country.

Medical council inducts 412 foreign-trained doctors

The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN) has granted 412 foreign-trained doctors the nod to practice medicine in the country.
BBNaija

BBNaija: Tacha rains insults on Frodd for wanting to share bathroom

It all started when Frodd and the other guys tried to go into the bathroom to shower but were stopped by Tacha, who didn’t want to share the bathroom with anyone.

ECOWAS join forces with Netherlands to ensure women’s access to land

The Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, is collaborating with The Kingdom of Netherlands to ensure women’s access to, use of and control over land and other productive resources in the region.

Fifa supremo Gianni Infantino rejects ‘colonialism’ criticism

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has rejected comments that the global soccer body has taken a “colonialist” attitude towards African football and its governing organisation CAF (Confederation of African Football).