The Money Lenders Association of Ghana (MLAG) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Star Microinsurance Services Limited to provide its members and clients with innovative microinsurance products.
The Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications has called for policies that will motivate players in the industry to invest heavily in infrastructure in readiness for the ‘explosive demand’ for their services in the near future.
Mr Brieuc Cardon de Lichtbuer has joined Advans Ghana Savings and Loans Limited, a non-bank financial institution focused on providing financial support to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as the Chief Executive Officer.
World total cereal production is forecast to increase by about seven per cent in 2013 compared to last year, helping to replenish global inventories and raise expectations for more stable markets in 2013/14, according to the latest issue of FAO’s quarterly Crop Prospects and Food Situation report.
Shell Global will soon lose its grip on Shell Ghana following a proposed restructuring in the shareholding of the Ghanaian subsidiary that will see the African-based private investment firm, Helios Fund, and the Swiss-based oil trader, Vitol, come in as the new majority shareholders.
The dream of the workers of Merchant Bank has been shattered following the inability of the the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), majority shareholder of the bank and FirstRand of South Africa to complete a takeover deal meant to introduce fresh capital in the operations of the ailing bank.
The Royal Bank (TRB) has opened three additional branches; Accra Central, Arena and on the Graphic Road in Accra as part of its expansion programme to bring the services of the bank to the doorstep of the people.
The Network of Communications Reporters (NCR) has called on the National Communication Authority (NCA) to make telcos compensate their customers directly for their poor services rendered to them instead of the usual NCA fines, which do not benefit the affected customers directly.
The Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) has asked the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo regional members of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) to take advantage of the exchange’s new market, the Ghana Alternative Market (GAX), to raise long term-capital.