We don't charge customs duties, taxes in foreign currencies - GRA
We don't charge customs duties, taxes in foreign currencies - GRA
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We don't charge customs duties, taxes in foreign currencies - GRA

The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has addressed recent media claims regarding the computation of customs duties and other import taxes on vehicles, stating unequivocally that such duties are not calculated in foreign currency.

MIIF CEO appointed to board of Atlantic Lithium
MIIF CEO appointed to board of Atlantic Lithium
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MIIF CEO appointed to board of Atlantic Lithium

Atlantic Lithium Ltd, which is building Ghana's first lithium mine, has appointed the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Minerals Income Investment Fund (MIIF), Edward Nana Yaw Koranteng as an independent director, effective immediately.

VistaJet expands  presence in West Africa — Deploys 3 aircrafts to region
• Philippe Scalabrini (left), President of Europe and Africa at VistaJet, speaking to journalists during a tour of the VistaJet aircraft in Accra
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VistaJet expands presence in West Africa — Deploys 3 aircrafts to region

In its quest to reshape the aviation landscape of West Africa, VistaJet, a leading global business aviation company, has deployed three aircrafts to expand its operations in the region.

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AfDB affirms commitment to Africa’s digital revolution

THE African Development Bank (AfDB) has urged businesses and countries who need financing to expand digital public infrastructure to approach the bank for support.

Top 10 countries with the most debt to the IMF (LIST)
Top 10 countries with the most debt to the IMF (LIST)
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Argentina, Egypt, Ghana and others are top 10 countries with the most debt to the IMF (LIST)

The International Monetary Fund (IMF), established in 1944, acts as a financial lifeline for countries facing economic turmoil.

While nearly 100 nations owe the IMF a combined US$111 billion, the International Monetary Fund’s data on Total IMF Credit Outstanding reveals the top 10 most indebted countries.

Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, Minister for Finance of the Republic of Ghana (left) and Dr. George Agyekum Donkor, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of EBID
Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, Minister for Finance of the Republic of Ghana (left) and Dr. George Agyekum Donkor, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of EBID
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ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development to inject $200 million into Ghanaian economy

The ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID) has strengthened its transformative partnership with the Republic of Ghana by committing to inject USD 200 million into the Ghanaian economy through strategic alliances with the Ghana Export-Import Bank (GEXIM) and GCB Bank PLC.
Forge partnerships to drive innovation — Grenada Prime Minister to African govts
• Dickon Mitchell (left), Prime Minister of Grenada, addressing the summit
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Forge partnerships to drive innovation — Grenada Prime Minister to African govts

THE Prime Minister of Grenada, Dickon Mitchell, has urged African governments to forge strong partnerships to position technology and innovation as a springboard for financial inclusion and accelerated development.

Africa must accelerate digitalisation agenda — Dr Addison
Dr Ernest Addison — BoG Governor
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Africa must accelerate digitalisation agenda — Dr Addison

GOVERNOR of the Bank of Ghana, Dr Ernest Addison, says there is now a sense of urgency for Africa to accelerate the digitalisation agenda through innovation, investment and impactful policies to boost economic growth and development.

Consolidated Bank Ghana commits to SGD goals in Ghana
• Thairu Ndungu (left), Deputy Managing Director, CBG, handing over the keys to the sickbay to Monica Oforiwaa Asiedu, Headmistress of the school
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Consolidated Bank Ghana commits to SGD goals in Ghana

Deputy Managing Director of Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG), Thairu Ndungu, has emphasised the bank's commitment to support education, health, and community development in the country.

Move to stabilise cedi: Govt, BoG urged to avert  leakage of foreign remittances
• Dr Richmond Atuahene — Banking consultant
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Move to stabilise cedi: Govt, BoG urged to avert leakage of foreign remittances

Banking expert Dr Richmond Atuahene has called on the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Ghana to ensure that financial technology (fintechs) service providers and Money Transfer Companies (MTCs) in the international remittances space reimburse Bank of Ghana’s Nostro-Accounts or an authorised dealer such as a commercial bank, with foreign exchange components of all foreign exchange accrued.

Behaviour theory: developing  your leadership skills as a student (1)
The writer
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Behaviour theory: developing your leadership skills as a student (1)

A journey into the financial frontier with Korsi Dzokoto, Managing Director of Waxson Advisors. Building on our previous discussion on Trait Theory, which highlights the inherent characteristics of effective leaders, we now shift our focus to Behavioural theories of leadership. Unlike Trait Theory, which emphasizes innate qualities, Behavioural theories focus on the actions and behaviours of leaders. 

 Dr Mohammed Amin Adam (left), Minister of Finance, exchanging documents with Dr George Agyekum Donkor, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of EBID, after signing the MoU
Dr Mohammed Amin Adam (left), Minister of Finance, exchanging documents with Dr George Agyekum Donkor, President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of EBID, after signing the MoU
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ECOWAS Bank offers $200m support to SMEs 

The ECOWAS Bank for Investment and Development (EBID) and the Government of Ghana have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to inject some $200 million into the Ghanaian economy.

Truth about work  that helps you to enjoy
The writer
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Truth about work that helps you to enjoy

In his book, The Grand Essentials, Ben Patterson, writes about the three grand essentials of life. "Something to Do" is the first grand essential he writes about. 

Banks solvency under threat  — High NPLs to blame
Dr Richmond Atuahene — Banking Consultant
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Banks solvency under threat — High NPLs to blame

The high non-performing loans (NPLs) ratio in the country is a major threat to the profitability and solvency of banks, Banking Consultant, Dr Richmond Atuahene, has cautioned.

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