Fund management company Databank will reopen its independent branches on January 10, 2022 - the first time since December 22, 2022, following a shutdown resulting from physical and verbal attacks on its staff by some of its clients.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Ghana has a new Resident Representative. Dr Leandro Medina (LM) assumed office in Ghana in September last year and got straight busy with the staff-level negotiation with the country for a programme that enables the fund to offer assistance towards microeconomic stability and debt sustainability. He opened up to answer some questions from Theophilus Yartey (TY), Deputy Editor of the Daily Graphic, on many issues.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the McDan Group of Companies, Mr Daniel McKorley has charged the government to support the development of Ghanaian businesses by creating avenues to boost local content in all sectors of the economy.
The Head of Fintech and Innovation at Bank of Ghana, Kwame Oppong, has said the central bank has implemented a regulatory reform to enable innovation in the financial services industry without compromising financial stability.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MCL Ghana, a construction and real estate development company, Richard M. Donkor, has urged banks to support private firms in the real estate sector by providing low interest rates on loans and prolonged repayment periods to help the private sector to flourish.
2022 was a turbulent year for businesses globally. With escalating oil prices, excessive inflation, volatile exchange rates, a weakened dollar, and the effects of Covid-19 and the Russian-Ukraine war, it was a very challenging year for businesses globally, especially in Africa, and Ghana in particular.