Ibrahim Mahama, brother of Ghana’s ex-President, John Dramani Mahama, has been named in leaked documents which capture some affluent people worldwide who have hidden their monies in offshore accounts. According to the leak dubbed “Paradise Papers” and put together by...
MTN Ghana has announced the reintroduction of the ‘Allow Cash-Out’ feature on its Mobile Money Platform to enhance customer security for withdrawal transactions. Starting November 4, 2017, customers will see the “Allow Cash-Out” feature on their Mobile Money Menu and...
All owners of SIM cards and mobile money accounts will from next month , be required to undergo re-registration. The new directive from government is part of moves to fight mobile money fraud which has gained momentum over the past...
MTN Ghana, the first telco to provide mobile money services in the country, has discounted claims it is unwilling to support the fight against mobile money fraudsters. In a statement reacting to a publication of The Finder newspaper of October...
Over 700 former workers of the now defunct UT and Capital banks are set to lose their jobs as the takeover bank GCB has begun issuing out termination letters. The affected staff have already received letters asking them to proceed...
The Gambia's Muhammed Jah clearly remembers the day, in the late 1990s, when a friend told him that he was going to the airport to pick up a consultant who was coming to teach his department a word processing...
Press Release: A common challenge most Startups face is, ‘Proper Governance’. This is a big issue in the world of business. Most people narrow their minds to ‘legal related issues’ anytime they hear of Governance in Business. It goes beyond...
Some labour analysts are demanding clarity from Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) in the decision to terminate the contract of employees of defunct UT and Capital banks. They argue that the terms indicated in the termination letters served the employees of...
Only three banks out of the 34 banks currently operating in the country are in a position to meet the new GH¢400 million minimum capital requirement set by the Central Bank of Ghana (BoG) without recourse to additional capital,...
The 1st Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana (BoG), Dr. Maxwell Opoku-Afari, has stated that there are plans being put in place to introduce new coins into the banking system. He made this statement during the public hearing of...

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