The Board Chairman of Amenfiman Rural Bank, Dr Toni Aubynn, has suggested that the strong rural banks, should capitalise on the opportunities that have been created following the reforms in the banking sector.
Societe Generale (SG) Ghana has said it will leverage modern technology based solutions to drive financial inclusion and grow the bank’s market share from the present five per cent to 7.5 per cent in the country by 2022.
Only two per cent of senior high school (SHS) students in the country are willing to venture into self-built enterprises after school, the Minister of Business Development, Dr Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, has disclosed.
Mr Steven Van Caekenberghe, the Sales Manager of Intraco Limited, a leading European producer and supplier of feed concentrate, has called for measures to reduce the relatively high cost of maize, particularly, yellow maize, to enable poultry farmers in the country to reap from their labour.
The Board of the UMB has announced the departure of the bank’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr John Awuah, after almost four years of dedicated service that has spurred the bank on the path of growth.
The Board of the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA) has said it has approved an extension of time to allow the stakeholders and parties in the private participation of the Electricity of Ghana (ECG) to conclude their consultations and finalise work on some critical aspects of the Transaction towards a smooth transfer.
The Chief Executive Officer of Consolidated Bank Ghana Limited (CBG), Mr Daniel Wilson Addo, has indicated that the bank is ready to use what he describes as the ‘technology led customer-centric approach’ to transform the face of banking in the country.
The Electronic Communications Tribunal, the body adjudicating the dispute between the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) in the country and the National Communications Authority (NCA), has granted the request for a stay of execution filed by two telcos, which petitioned the tribunal over a fine imposed on them by the industry regulator.
A research into the feasibility of producing insect larvae as an alternative source of protein to feed livestock has revealed that the larvae meal is the safest and cost-effective source of feed to sustain the country’s livestock production.