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Access Bank Secures Regulatory Approval to Acquire Transnational Bank in Kenya

Access Bank plc has announced that it has secured full regulatory approval for its proposed acquisition of majority equity stake in the Kenya-based Transnational...

Awosika To Emerge As Access Bank Chairman by 2020

Access Bank Plc on Tuesday announced the appointed of Mrs. Ajoritsedere Awosika as the new Chairman of its board with effect from 2020 as...

Access Bank Successfully Completes Post-merger Integration Of Its Banking Platforms

Access Bank Plc on Monday announced that it has successfully completed the second phase of its integration, where it has brought together all her...

Bank CEOs Refute MTN’s Nigeria Claim On USSD Charges

The body of bank Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) have denied involvement in the Short Message Service (SMS) by MTN Nigeria to bank customers in...

Access Bank Hits N1bn in Digital Lending Daily

Access Bank Plc. has hit one billion naira daily in loan value through its expanded digital lending portfolio. Mr Victor Etuokwu, the bank’s Executive Director,...

Access Bank: Trader, 1,015 Others Win Big in DiamondXtra Season 11

Nwogu Ijeoma, a trader in Alaba international market and one thousand and fifteen customers across Nigeria emerged winners at the second quarterly draw of...

Access Bank Partners Lagos State Government to Launch N10bn Loan Portfolio...

Africa’s largest retail bank, Access Bank Plc., on Wednesday  collaborated with the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSETF) to launch the LSETF W Initiative...

Access Bank Denies Union Bank of Nigeria Acquisition

Access Bank plc on Monday denied social media rumour of acquiring Union Bank of Nigeria plc. The lender this year  had merged with Diamond Bank...

CBN’s 60% LDR to Real Sector: Banks to Face Credit-Negative Challenges...

Fitch, a global rating agency, has said the requirement for Nigerian banks to have a Loan-to-Deposit Ratio (LDR) of at least 60 per cent...

CBN Directs Commercial Banks To Maintain Loan To Deposit Ratio Of...

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has direct commercial banks to have a minimum loan to deposit ratio (LDR) of 60 per cent by...
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