Ghana has dropped six places to 13 out of 20 countries assessed in the 2019 Absa Financial Market Index ranking.
Government says road projects that have been put on hold due to delays in releasing funds to contractors will soon resume as it has rolled out a payment plan for the projects.
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta is leading Ghana’s delegation to the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings in Washington DC, from October 14th to 20th, 2019.
The Micro-Credit Association of Ghana is calling for a national dialogue to discuss the future of the sector in the country.
Legal practitioner, Elikplim Agbemava believes that the government’s charges against the owner of defunct Capital Bank will be difficult to prove in court.
The International Monetary Fund has given Ghana's economy a clean bill of health.
Global Islamic financial assets have reached about $2 trillion, with the banking sector accounting for about 85 per cent of the total assets, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has stated.
The Deputy Managing Director, Finance and Administration of Activa International Insurance Company Limited, Mrs Genevieve Tachie, has revealed that her company is putting in place systems to support SMEs and Women businesses in particular.
NDK Financial Services Limited, the leading non-banking financial institution in Ghana, emerged winners of the 2018 Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Finance House of the Year.
The CEO NBC Ghana Trust, William Asiedu Yeboah, has called for transparency in corporate and individual trustee administration following the impact of the recent banking reforms undertaken by the Bank of Ghana.
Mr Stephen Kwame Oduro, the Managing Director of SIC Insurance, has hinted that plans are in place to meet the timelines set by the National Insurance Commission (NIC) on the proposed new Minimum Capital Requirement.
NDK Financial Services Limited, the leading non-banking financial institution in Ghana, emerged winners of the 2018 Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana (CIMG) Finance House category.
Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana has given its members cited and fined in a report in connection with the collapse of some banks a deadline to pay associated fine.
Leading Experts from the Procurement and Supply Chain industry were rewarded at second edition of the Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Awards (GHAPSCA 2019) which took place at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.
Ghanaian and final year student of the University of Ghana, Owen Odonkor Adantey came second globally in one of ACCA’s flagship Professional level papers- The Strategic Business Leader (SBL).
The Brands Communication and Business Development Manager for Quick Angels Limited, says Ghanaian entrepreneurs are more than ready for equity financing.
Commissioner General of the Ghana Revenue Authority Emmanuel Kofi Nti has announced his retirement from the institution effective October 1.
Former GIMPA Director General and Rector, Prof Stephen Adei has been sworn in as the new Chair of the Board of the Ghana Revenue Authority.
The Producer Price Inflation (PPI) rate for August 2019 has reached double digits of 10.2 percent.
Less than one per cent of the country’s population is on private health insurance scheme, a development industry players describe as worrying.
Government will later this week move to challenge the Auditor-General regarding findings that $1m was paid to Kroll and Associate without evidence of work.
COCOBOD has signed an MOU with the China Development Fund and Genertec International Corporation to establish a cocoa processing plant at Sefwi Wiawso in the Western region.
The South African government’s special envoy to Ghana says properly registered and insured tax-paying Ghanaians businesses in South Africa will be compensated.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has been recognised for procurement excellence by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), the world’s largest professional body for procurement and supply management professionals, with offices all over the world including Africa.
Transaction advisors in a concession agreement with energy company, Power Distribution Services (PDS) have been accused of shifting blame after controversy gutted the agreement.
The SEC has parried suggestions that it deliberately treats persons and institutions that breach financial laws with kid’s glove.
Authorities in the United States of America have arrested 281 individuals for engaging in cyber-enabled financial fraud.
Corporate Governance expert Marian Barnor has charged regulators in the financial services sector to be sterner in executing its powers to ensure better compliance among stakeholders.
Updates of the Joy Business 3rd Financial Services Sector Forum on the topic: ‘The Financial Services Sector Clean-up; Now What?’
Ghana has gone up six places to 60th in the latest anti-money laundering and terrorist financing rankings.
Management of MTN Mobile money says it has no intention of shutting down the service, contrary to social media speculation.
Specialized deposit-taking financial institution, Dalex Finance has once again rewarded its top-performing sales personnel with a one-week all-expenses-paid trip to Dubai.
A 30 member delegation of experts from Customs administrations across the continent and international organizations involved in Customs and Trade Facilitation has paid a working visit to GCNet.
The President of the African Development Bank Group, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, has announced the appointment of Mrs. Chinelo Anohu, a highly accomplished international corporate lawyer, as head and senior director of the Africa Investment Forum.
Invest In Africa (IIA) has partnered the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS), to build the long -term procurement capacities of 50 high potential SMEs under its Home Grown Buyers (HGB) project.
The President, Nana Akufo-Addo has finally given his approval to revised tax increases outlined in the 2019 supplementary budget.
Governments all over the world borrow both domestically and internationally. The government of Ghana is no exception to this.
Up to 10,000 women entrepreneurs in Africa are to benefit from £30 million UK aid, to help break down barriers, holding them back from starting and growing businesses.
The Commissioner of Insurance, Justice Yaw Ofori, has said that the life insurance market in Ghana is currently undergoing fierce competition with the entry of multinational life assurance companies.
Unik Life Microfinance says they have finally concluded discussions with the central bank appointed Receiver to enable them to begin payment of all depositors funds.
The Ghana Insurers Association has introduced The Drivetime with Insurers' program, a radio program designed to raise awareness on the insurance sector through discussion on various topics on insurance.
Government has failed to secure the entire amount targeted in its historic 20-year bond sale, which was to secure it about ¢450 million based on the Issuance Calendar from June to August.
The Financial sector has been on the discussion table for quite some time now. An action that began on the 14th of August, 2017 set off a chain of events that has culminated in the revocation of a number of licenses of financial institutions in the sector.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has instructed Fund and Assets managers to institute measures to meet obligations to their clients when they are due.
The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GNCCI) has resolved to establish a credit union aimed at providing facilities to SMEs under flexible payment terms and low-interest rates.
The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has directed rural banks and microfinance companies to meet their minimum operating capital set for them by February next year.
The Finance Ministry has finally confirmed its indebtedness to Groupe Nduom, which was said to be in dispute for some time now.
GLICO General was adjudged the “Personal Line Insurer of the Year 2018”, with its Home Owners insurance Package.
The Teachers and Educational Workers Union has rejected the imposition of an insurance policy by the State Insurance Company and Ghana Education Service.
Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has launched what has been described as the world’s first dual-purpose EMV and financial inclusion payment card in Accra.
Bank of Ghana has denied reports that it plans to shut down some struggling savings and loans institutions this week.
Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems Limited (GhIPSS) is set to launch a bank card which has the functionalities of an e-zwich and gh-link card on Wednesday.