A former Justice of the Supreme Court, Professor Justice Samuel Date-Bah, who was appointed by the Commercial Division of the Accra High Court to arbitrate in the case of the uniBank, has written to the parties involved in the matter to appear before him tomorrow, June 19, 2019.
Local banks in the country are set to benefit from a €750 million guarantee from the European Commission under the NASIRA financial programme which uses guarantees to allow local banks to on-lend to underserved entrepreneurs within the European neighbourhood and Sub-Saharan Africa.
There is confusion among the Coalition of Aggrieved Gold Coast Fund Management Customers after it was revealed that some of the leaders spearheading agitations for their investments to be refunded to them have been collecting monies from them, in the name of using it to organise the agitations and allegedly misappropriating it.
A former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) and energy expert, Mr Alex Mould has offered some perspectives as to why he thinks Ghana is richer in natural resources but poorer.
The Ghana Investment and Securities Institute (GISI) and the Chartered Institute of Security and Investment (CISI), a professional securities and investment body in the United Kingdom (UK), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) under which the latter will help build the capacity of professionals in the securities and investment industry in Ghana.
Some rural and community banks (RCBs) lost as much as GH¢1 million per bank within a week to panic withdrawals that were inspired by social media rumours concerning the viability of the community-based lenders, the Managing Director of the ARB Apex Bank, Mr Kojo Matta, has revealed.
The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs of the Government of the Swiss Confederation (SECO) and the African Development Bank on Thursday signed two agreements to fund African initiatives on the sidelines of the Bank’s 2019 Annual Meetings.
Graduate entrepreneurs who wish to do their national service through their own projects can now do so after a successful pilot last year which saw 20 of such graduates complete their national service programmes working on their own projects.
Ghana needs to diversify its economy and widen the country’s tax net in order to avoid falling into debt distress, the World Bank Country Director for Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone, Mr Henry Kerali, has advised.