nigerian bank

  1. P

    Business SunTrust Bank Records 75% Growth on First Year as Commercial Bank

    SunTrust Bank Nigeria Limited has recorded a 75 per cent growth for the year ended December 31, 2016 and the financial results showed a clear message of determination to succeed and deliver value to all stakeholders. SunTrust Bank began commercial banking activities last year with the vision to...
  2. P

    Business Heritage Bank Embarks On Mass Retrenchment of Workers, Sacks 400

    Heritage Bank has embarked on mass retrenchment of its workers with 400 staff sacked in December. Investigations by the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, on Monday indicated that more workers are pencilled for sack. NAN reports that the bank, in October 2014, acquired Enterprise Bank with about N56...
  3. P

    Business Nigerian Bank CEOs Meet CBN Over Forex Suspension

    Nigerian Bank Executives are Wednesday meeting officials of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on the suspension of Nigerian banks from Foreign Exchange trade, Reuters news agency is reporting. The Reuters’ report, which quoted anonymous banking sources, added that the meeting is coming a day...
  4. P

    Business SunTrust, The Branchless Bank Commences Operations in Nigeria

    The management of SunTrust Bank Limited, one of the recently licensed commercial banks in the country officially commenced operations. The bank is the first of its kind in the history of Nigeria. Sun Trust Bank, backed by billionaire Aliko Dangote, wants customers to use the internet and their...
  5. P

    Politics Turkey Coup: How $2bn Was Sent From Nigeria's UBA To Coup Plotters

    A former U.S. commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), a NATO-led security mission in Afghanistan, was the organizer of the July 15 military coup attempt in Turkey, sources said. According to yenisafak, General John F. Campbell managed more than $2 billion money...
  6. M

    4 Important Things Every Nigerian Bank Account Holder Should Know

    A lot of people have issues with their accounts simply because of their ignorance of little details. Below are four things you should know as a Nigerian bank account holder 1. Account Name/Number: It would amaze you to know that most people do not even know their account numbers. Every...