Mondaq All Regions - Nigeria: Finance and Banking
Perchstone & Graeys
The world is largely becoming more of a global village with new innovations and technology springing up everyday.
TRLP Law
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has introduced a bank verification number scheme into the banking system. The scheme aims to revolutionise the country's banking and payment systems.
AELEX
A Stamp Duties Amendment Bill has been introduced to the House of Representatives. The Bill seeks to expand the scope of the extant Stamp Duties Act CAP. S8 L.F.N. 2004 by making receipts...
Perchstone & Graeys
Growing economies, rely a great deal on debt financing. This type of financing, allows businesses or governments, to receive capital for an ascertainable length of time, following which it must be paid back.
AELEX
The CBN recently issued a directive, dated 31st January 2018, barring Deposit Money Banks and Discount Houses that do not meet the minimum Capital Adequacy Ratio set by the CBN...
Deloitte Nigeria
Major highlights of the Circular are presented below.
Fred-Young & Evans
In order to execute large projects or for businesses to expand, there is usually a need to apply for loan facility from Banks ("the Bank").
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The Nigerian market has witnessed a recent rise in the use of derivatives especially in transactions involving foreign counterparties.
PwC Nigeria
The Central Bank of Nigeria ("CBN") on 17 May, 2017 issued a circular clarifying certain items that are eligible for foreign exchange ("FX") in the Nigerian official foreign exchange market ("FX market").
Deloitte Nigeria
Financial services regulators in Nigeria increasingly see sustainable banking as an avenue to promote the sustainable development of the nation.
PwC Nigeria
The purpose of this new window is to improve foreign exchange liquidity. This is in addition to the SME window recently introduced by the CBN.
Deloitte Nigeria
The Central Bank of Nigeria on 21 April 2017 announced that it has set up a special foreign exchange window for investors, exporters and end users.
PwC Nigeria
A Foreign Exchange (Control and Monitoring) Bill 2016 has recently passed second reading at the National Assembly.
Fred-Young & Evans
No food and related products shall be manufactured, imported, exported, advertised, sold or distributed in Nigeria unless it has been registered in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the accompanying guidelines.
Fred-Young & Evans
Nigerian Banks are faced with a myriad of problems which affects its effectiveness and productivity.
Deloitte Nigeria
The decision to operate a unit trust scheme or invest in one should not be made without a good understanding of the tax implications.
Perchstone & Graeys
Over the past decade, Islamic Finance has become a burning and topical issue around the world (Europe, Middle East and Asia) and has most recently reached Nigeria...
Songhai Advisory LLP
Nigeria's former central bank governor Lamido Sanusi claimed on 2 December that the government currently owes 50% of its domestic debt to the central bank, above the limit set by Nigerian law.
Sefton Fross
According to the World Bank's Migration and Remittances Factbook 2016, more than 250 million people, or 3.4 percent of the world population, live outside their countries of birth.
Arnold & Porter
The offering represents the first time a sovereign has issued tradeable, registered bonds that are approved for distribution to retail investors in the UK and US.
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Fred-Young & Evans
Nigerian Banks are faced with a myriad of problems which affects its effectiveness and productivity.
AELEX
A Stamp Duties Amendment Bill has been introduced to the House of Representatives. The Bill seeks to expand the scope of the extant Stamp Duties Act CAP. S8 L.F.N. 2004 by making receipts...
TRLP Law
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has introduced a bank verification number scheme into the banking system. The scheme aims to revolutionise the country's banking and payment systems.
Fred-Young & Evans
No food and related products shall be manufactured, imported, exported, advertised, sold or distributed in Nigeria unless it has been registered in accordance with the provisions of the Act and the accompanying guidelines.
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
A letter of credit in the Nigerian context is the assurance a foreign seller receives from a Nigerian Bank that it will be paid for the goods it has made arrangements to have delivered to a Nigerian buyer...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The Nigerian market has witnessed a recent rise in the use of derivatives especially in transactions involving foreign counterparties.
PwC Nigeria
A certificate of capital importation ("CCI") is a certificate issued by a Nigerian bank confirming an inflow of foreign capital either in the form of cash (loan or equity) or goods.
Fred-Young & Evans
In order to execute large projects or for businesses to expand, there is usually a need to apply for loan facility from Banks ("the Bank").
Sefton Fross
According to the World Bank's Migration and Remittances Factbook 2016, more than 250 million people, or 3.4 percent of the world population, live outside their countries of birth.
PwC Nigeria
The purpose of this new window is to improve foreign exchange liquidity. This is in addition to the SME window recently introduced by the CBN.
Perchstone & Graeys
Imagine living in a world were various forms of financial services are rendered to customers through technology solutions as opposed to natural persons.
Perchstone & Graeys
Growing economies, rely a great deal on debt financing. This type of financing, allows businesses or governments, to receive capital for an ascertainable length of time, following which it must be paid back.
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