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ACCESS BANK MEETS THE NEW CAPITAL REQUIREMENT OF BOG

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Access Bank Ghana has met the new minimum capital requirement set by the Bank of Ghana (BOG) ahead of the stipulated deadline in December. This makes Access Bank the first among Banks requiring to raise the new capital of GHS 400million set by the Central Bank. The announcement comes after the Bank

STEP TAKEN BY BANK OF GHANA IS IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION- UCC LECTURER

A Business Commerce (B.COM) Lecturer at the University Of Cape Coast (UCC), Mr. Seyram Kawor has uttered his opinion regarding the amalgamation of five banks by the Bank of Ghana, stating “It’s a step in the right direction”. Following a recent press release of the Bank of Ghana granting a universal

BOG COMMITTEE TO REVIEW THE HEALTH OF THE ECONOMY TODAY

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The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of Ghana will start its quarterly meeting today, July18, 2018 to review the health of the economy. The committee will also assess the impact of major economic policies introduced by the central bank to stabilize the economy. On top of the agenda are likely

FUEL PRICES TO GO UP BY 3 PERCENT – INSTITUTE OF ENERGY SECURITY

The Institute of Energy Security (IES) is predicting a 3 percent increase in fuel prices for the second half of July. According to the institute, prices will go up by about three percent barring an intervention from the National Petroleum Authority (NPA). In an interview with Citi Business News, Research Analyst at

NOT EDUCATING GIRLS COSTS COUNTRIES TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS – WORLD BANK REPORT

Limited educational opportunities for girls and barriers to completing 12 years of education cost countries between $15 trillion and $30 trillion in lost lifetime productivity and earnings, says a new World Bank report. According to the report ‘Missed Opportunities: The High Cost of Not Educating Girls,’ less than two-thirds of girls

WE ARE NOT AGAINST FOREIGNERS – GUTA

The Ghana Union Traders Association (GUTA) is not against foreigners doing business in Ghana, Kwadwo Amoateng, Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the body, has said. According to him, the association is rather against foreigners who are engaged in petty trading in Ghana, since the laws of the land frown on that. Mr

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