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Osinbajo signs executive order for commencement of compulsory tax payment

The acting president, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has signed an executive order that makes payment of taxes mandatory for Nigerians at all levels. Osinbajo who signed...

FG to use N559b recovered loot to fund 2017 budget

The federal government has said it would use a fraction of the looted funds recovered so far to finance part of the 2017 budget. The...

Global investors over-subscribe UBA’S debut $500m Eurobond by 240%

UBA’s debut $500 million Eurobond has been over-subscribed 240 per cent by investors. The bank said in a statement issued in Lagos that investor interest...

At last, Osinbajo signs 2017 appropriation bill into law

One month after the national assembly passed the 2017 appropriation bill, the acting president, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has finally signed the budget into law. The...

Bridge Concept partners UBA, introduces Naija Green Card

Bridge Concepts Limited has partnered UBA Plc with the introduction of co-branded discount cards known as the Naija Green Card. The card is powered by...

S&P assigns ‘B/B’ ratings and stable outlook to UBA Plc

International rating agency, Standard and Poor’s (S&P) has assigned  its ‘B’ long term and ‘B’ short term global scale counterpart credit ratings to the...

UBA introduces *919# mobile banking platform

  UBA has introduced a fully-fledged banking platform tagged UBA Magic Banking which is enabled by dialling *919# within Nigeria. The USSD code *919#  enables customers...

Public debts grow to N18tr

The Nigeria Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has said that the total public debts of the federal government and the 36 states jumped by 43...

BoI posts N17b PBT

The Bank of Industry (BoI) grossed N17 billion (up 44 per cent) profit before tax for the financial year ending December 31, 2016 compared...

UBA grows profits by 41% in Q1 of 2017

United Bank for Africa (UBA) Group has started 2017 on a sound note growing its profits by 41 per cent in the first quarter...
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