The Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) says it intends expanding its frontiers to cover virtually every corner of the country.
Express Capital Microfinance Ltd, an indigenous second tier banking institution has rebranded into Direct Savings and Loans Ltd.
Government has finally communicated to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) its decision to extend the Fund's program.
Financial services firm, AFB Ghana, has had the ratings on its corporate bond upgraded for the first time since the bonds were listed on the Ghana Alternative Market (GAX) of the GSE two years ago.
Government has settled on Fidelity Bank and Standard Chartered Bank as led joint managers for its 10-year Energy bond.
United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) successfully raised USD500 million, though a debut Eurobond, which was 240% over-subscribed.
The annual inflation rate for May 2017 dropped to 12.6 percent, a reduction of 0.4 percentage points from the rate of 13.0 percent recorded in April.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta says the Minority’s criticism of government’s $2.25 billion local bonds issued in April manufactured to create non-existent integrity crises.
The World Bank approved today a $150 million International Development Association credit for Transport Sector Improvement Project (TSIP) in Ghana.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta is insisting that fresh bonds being issued will not result in a drastic increase in the debt stock.
Chief Executive Officer for Vanguard Insurance Limited, Dr. Gideon Amenyedor says the high competition among players in insurance market, become one of the best in Africa.
Commitment to change, resilience and passion for excellence are the virtues of Patience Akyianu, the woman whose sense of ownership saw her take up varied responsibilities right from childhood.
About 500 members of Micro-Credit Association of Ghana will not meet the deadline for the minimum capital requirement.
It does look like government has finally taken a decision to have a single platform, otherwise known as national switch to interoperate mobile money payments and other transfers from before the year ends.
Government has been cautioned against spending outside its budget as it prepares to present its financial statement for the year to Parliament in March.
Vals Intel has conceded that it misunderstood portions of the bidding process as a result of which they might have lost the contract.
The Central Bank is set to settle on GHC250 million as the new minimum capital requirement for commercial banks in Ghana.
Ghana's overall fiscal deficit, on a cash basis, in 2016 deteriorated to an estimated 9 percent of GDP, instead of declining to 5¼ percent of GDP as envisaged under the IMF-supported program.
The current Payment system in Ghana refers to the entire matrix of institutional infrastructure arrangements and processes in a country set up to enable economic agents initiate and transfer monetary claims.
The Mission Chief of the IMF currently in Ghana has said the main objective of the Mission was to engage with the new government on their policies and programmes.
The Nigerian naira fell against the greenback to 500 on the black market as the nation’s dollar scarcity worsens, according to abokiFX.com, which collates prices from traders in Lagos each day.
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta says he is committed to creating wealth and improving people’s lives by ensuring economic freedom as the mainstay of the economy.
Renowned economist Dr Joe Abbey says the International Monetary Fund cannot be blamed for the current challenges faced by Ghana's economy.
The President of the African Development Bank (AfDB) has called for improved access to financing to accelerate the transformation of African economies.
The Vice President of Groupe Ideal Charles Arkuh has said the financial sector in Ghana has to take strategic decisions in order to sustain the industry.
The head of the Japanese advertising giant Dentsu has resigned after the suicide of a junior employee was linked to a company culture that required staffers to work huge amounts of overtime.
Ghana's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth in the third quarter of 2016 GDP rose to 4.0 percent year-on-year.
Finance Minister Seth Terkper says the Mahama-led administration is leaving behind a well-stabilized economy with bright prospects.
The Finatrade Group of Companies has rubbished reports Ghana's banking system could collapse because of its GH¢800million indebtedness to more than a dozen banks.
BEIGE Capital Asset Management (BCAM) has strengthened its capability with an in-house Securities Courses training facilitated by the Ghana Stock Exchange.
The Agricultural Development Bank Limited (ADB) have announced the re-opening of its Initial Public Offer (IPO) to enable it to list on the Ghana Stock Exchange.
The country’s debt stock has reached GH¢112.4 billion as at September this year a summary of economic and financial data released by the Bank of Ghana (BoG) has revealed.
HFC Bank has affirmed its commitment to support Small and Medium Enterprises in the oil and gas sector in the area of financing of projects.
Access bank is now hoping to end its Initial Public offering (IPO) on November 25.
Government has gotten more than the amount it was looking for in its historic 10-year bond with sources saying it had some GHC726 million worth of bid was realized from investors.
Ghana has made some marginal progress in improving the environment for doing business, the latest World Bank Ease of Doing Business reports.
The more than 100 e-zwich agents have been set up mainly in Accra and few other regional capitals and major towns, to step up efforts to bring e-zwich services closer to the people.
Chairman of National Development Planning Commission (NDPC) is warning that microfinance institutions in the country could pose a major challenge for the entire financial sector if not better supervised.
Chief Executive of Dalex Finance, Ken Thompson, has cast doubt over government’s ability to tackle the public debt in good time to the benefit of the economy.
IMF director for Africa has indicated that the favourable economic growth for the country from next year will be based on sticking to some critical fiscal policies.
The World Bank President says he does not think Ghana and other African countries with high debt levels are at risk of falling into debt distress or “Highly Indebted Poor Country (HIPC)” levels.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is asking Ghana not be complacent after making progress in reducing its debts in relation to the economy’s value.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says Ghana’s debt to GDP ratio will reduce to about 66 percent by December.
Dr. Nii Kotei Dzani, the President of Groupe Ideal has cautioned loan applicants against using fake and fraudulent documents with the intention of duping financial institutions, or will be made to face the law when caught.
Government is looking at raising up to $100 million from its historic domestic dollar bond. The sale of the first dollar-denominated bond for local investors begun on October 3 and it’s expected to close on October 13.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is warning of a full-blown financial crisis in Ghana if aggressive measures are not taken to check government’s rising debts.
Finance Minister Seth is leading government’s delegation to the International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank meetings which opens in Washington DC from October 4 to 14.
MTN Group Ltd. plans to sell shares its Ghanaian business as Africa’s largest wireless carrier by sales fulfills a condition related to the allocation of internet spectrum in the country.
Government says the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Board approval of a $116 million is a further confirmation of the economic turnaround story.
Ghana has gone up by five places to 114 in the latest Global Competitiveness Index. The report is an annual assessment of the factors driving productivity and prosperity in 138 countries.
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Funds (IMF) has approved the disbursement of some $116 million to Ghana.