Opportunity International Savings and Loans Limited has ended a three-day Annual Performance Review workshop from 15th to 17th January 15 to 17, at Anita Hotel in Ejisu near Kumasi in the Ashanti region.
The Ghana Insurance Commission (NIC) has launched the Basic Insurance Education at the Second Cycle Institutions Initiative in collaboration with the Ghana Education as part of a strategic drive to increase Ghana’s insurance penetration rate.
Romeo Richlove Kweku Seshie has been appointed the new CEO of Quick Credit and Investment Micro-Credit Limited, a micro credit company regulated by the Bank of Ghana.
The Bank of Ghana has called on the Police Service to help it to identify hidden and unlicensed financial institutions that might be operating secretly and possibly taking advantage of vulnerable customers.
First National Bank Ghana Limited has appointed Kofi Asare Pianim as Head of Global Markets.
The circuit court has granted bail to founder of defunct UT Bank, Prince Kofi Amoabeng, who is facing charges of stealing and money laundering.
General Manager for Ghana Co-operative Credit Unions Association will be the Special Guest of honour for the summit to equip Credit Unions facing various challenges in the Ghanaian financial sector.
The government has commended the decision by eight West African countries set to use a common currency, the ECO, from the year 2020.
As part of their 10-year anniversary celebration, the staff of Quick Credit and Investment Micro-Credit Limited, have embarked on dress code variety show to make their activities memorable.
An Accra High Court has ordered the BoG, the A-G and the Receiver of GN Saving and Loans, to file their defences in response to a case filed by Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom.
Being in the middle of immigration tussles and deportation after serving four of a seven-year sentence for a £1.4 billion fraud, John Kweku Adoboli says coming home was freedom.
Nana Appiah Mensah has announced plans for a payment schedule and roadmap for hundreds of customers whose investments are held up with the company.
The Governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Ernest Addison this week joined The Financial Stability Board (FSB) Regional Consultative Group (RCG) for Sub-Saharan Africa in Cape Town to discuss several issues concerning the global financial sector.
TerraPay, a mobile-first international payment network, has announced that it has partnered with UBA Group, a leading pan-African financial services group headquartered in Nigeria
Global payment technology company, Visa, is targeting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to push its financial inclusion initiatives in Ghana.
Members of the Coalition of Affected Savings and Loans Customers (CASLOC) say the Receiver for the 23 Savings and Loans companies is inadequately funded to pay the depositors of the insolvent firms.
Christmas came early for Ms. Elizabeth Boateng and Mr. Jerry Kuatewo of Nanakrom and West Trasaaco, respectively, when a team from MoneyGram and Zeepay called on them bearing surprise gifts.
The Central Bank again got more request for dollars than what it was prepared to sale in its forward forex sale.
The Pension Industry’s exposure to banks is approximately GH¢863.63 million, this was contained in Finance Minister’s Memorandum to Parliament.
The Accra Digital Centre, in partnership with the Corporate Secretarial and Training Services, has launched a Business Support Clinic (BSC) initiative to help entrepreneurs and start-ups to grow their business.
It is trite that the Vice-President has been at the forefront of the digitisation agenda of the government since assuming office in January 2017.
Christmas comes in a couple of weeks yet loyal customers of MoneyGram like Mr. Benjamin Ashitey, who received a call bearing surprise gifts.
Sparkassenstiftung International Kooperation has organized a two-day symposium to stir up a discussion on retooling Ghana’s Non-Banking Financial Institutions to improve their performance.
The receiver of the collapsed Specialised Deposit-taking Institutions, Eric Nana Nipah has announced that branches of some of the affected companies are opened for receivership business.
Visa Ghana has said key among its targets as 2019 wraps up will be to ensure that the government-led Year of Return initiative is backed by a reliable cash-lite ecosystem.
The leadership of transport unions has endorsed the initiative by the insurance regulator to implement an electronic insurance database, to check the menace of fake insurance stickers.
The Governor of the central bank, Dr Ernest Addison, has announced the introduction of ¢100 and ¢200 notes to the country’s currency denomination.
Enterprise Trustees has been adjudged the 17th Company at the 2019 Ghana Club 100 Awards.
The Chief Executive Officer of Premier Health Insurance has played down the assertion that private health insurance is too expensive to be afforded by low-income earners.
With the impressive revamping of its tenant mix underway, the Management of West Hills Mall has announced the launch of another of what its shoppers love most – a Scratch and Win promotion – to crown this year’s Black Friday sales.
The National Insurance Commission says it will soon launch a comprehensive electronic database to deal with the increasing number of fake insurance stickers in the system.
The Ghana Stock Exchange has signed and exchanged a Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore Cooperation Enterprise.
The Accra High Court has set December 18 to determine whether it has the jurisdiction to sit over the case brought to it by Dr Nduom against the central bank and receiver of the savings and loans companies.
A new report on Ghana by the global research and advisory firm Oxford Business Group will track the raft of government projects that are expected to help drive growth in key sectors of the economy.
The 2019 edition of the annual Ghana Club 100 Awards came off on Friday, November 15 at the Kempinski Hotel, Accra.
CEO of Holy Trinity Medical Centre, Dr Felix Anyah, picked up two laurels at the 2019 Ghana Business Quality and Pride Awards.
Former Finance Minister, Seth Terkper, has stated that the government has failed to properly account for oil revenue generated since it came to power.
A total of Fifty-two (52) awards were conferred on leading players of Africa's Marketing industry at the 9th Marketing World Awards (MWA) held on 8th November, 2019 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has said the Nana Akufo-Addo administration has eased the living condition of Ghanaians regarding taxes.
Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta presented the 2020 Budget Statement and Economic Policy of government in parliament November 13, 2019.
The Security and Exchanges Commission has selected the Consolidated Bank of Ghana Limited as a validation point for customers of 53 defunct Fund Management Companies.
The SEC has said it will next week begin a claims validation process for investors of fund managers whose licences have been revoked.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revoked the operating licences of 53 investment companies on Friday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has revoked the operating licences of 53 investment companies, Friday.
The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society of Ghana has been inaugurated in Accra.
An Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Ghana is calling for the re-assessment of government spending as well as a consideration for improving its tax effort.
International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, and Activa International Insurance Ghana (AIIG) have launched an insurance programme that is expected to benefit two million Ghanaian women – including entrepreneurs – by 2022.
The National Insurance Commission (NIC) has released a list of 137 insurance, reinsurance and broking companies that are in good standing as of September 2019.
The new Managing Director is a Chartered Insurer and an Associate member of the Chartered Insurance Institute (United Kingdom).
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.
Commonwealth finance ministers will meet in Washington D.C. on 17 October 2019 to discuss coordinated interventions to prevent future debt crises.