The Norrenberger Money Market Fund is a collective investment scheme, registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The fund invests in Nigerian short-term money market instruments such as Federal Government Treasury Bills, Bankers’ Acceptance, Commercial Papers, Certificate of Deposit, and other instruments introduced and approved by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) from time to time.
Author: Ifeoma Ekeke
The Managing Director of Baden-Wurttemberg Development Cooperation Foundation, Philip Keil, disclosed this at the opening of a three-day hybrid event in Lagos, tagged: StartUp Afrika.
This was disclosed in a statement by the Managing Director of INTELS Nigeria Ltd, Pasquale Fiore, in Lagos
The ACCI president, Dr Al-Mujtaba Abubakar, disclosed this in a statement.
The reports said that the socio-economic challenges facing Nigerians in the last 10 years, according to the multilateral institution, have led to an astronomical increase in the number of citizens seeking asylum and refugee status in other countries.
While speaking at an exclusive virtual media conference hosted by Bora Communications, these modern media architects led discussions on several ways modern journalists can build their brands by establishing strong online identities, growing a large and dedicated following, restoring the reputation of journalism in Africa, managing the existing standards for journalists and developing custom distribution systems for their work.
President of ASSBIFI, Oyinkan Olasanoye, disclosed this in Lagos, adding that leaders in both private and public sectors to give necessary mentorship support to youths for the young ones to support economic growth.
A statement by PTAD’s Head of Corporate Communications, Gbenga Ajayi, noted that the arrears of nine months were paid to Civil Service Pension Department Pensioners and six months of the same arrears to Parastatals, Police, Customs, Immigration and Prisons Department Pensioners.
The DPR stated this just as some oil and gas experts have advocated for a measure from the government that will ensure that Nigeria gets commensurate value from its abundant oil and gas resources like its fellow oil producing nations.
The ratings reinforce the Bank’s access to capital at a competitive cost, ensuring the continued success of key strategic initiatives to stimulate African trade.
Thus was stated by Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed during a webinar organised by the Securities and Exchange Commission in collaboration with the Ministry of Solid Minerals Development with the theme, “Financing the Solid Minerals Sector through the Capital Market and the Critical Role of Commodity Exchanges” on Thursday.
XBRL enables companies standardize the preparation, publishing, and exchange of financial information in a machine-readable format. It is mainly used by publicly listed companies which are required to use it by law, such as companies listed in the USA, Europe, and South Africa.
This was disclosed by the national president of NACCIMA, Ide Udeaghala, at a press conference in Lagos.
The government plans to generate 14,000 direct and indirect jobs from the venture.
The President of LCCI disclosed this during the quarterly press conference on the state of the nation.
At the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Governor’s Office, Akure, BoI Regional Head, Southwest, Michael Oye, said the event marked formal enlistment of the state in the Nigeria COVID-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (NG-CARES) programme.
The online launch tagged ‘Meet Beauty with Strength’, which was broadcast live on TV, showcased the elements of the new Note 10- Speed, Beauty, Power, and Strength. With celebrities like Nancy Isime, Timini Egbuson, Osas Ighodaro, and Poco Lee, taking fans through the phone’s different features, the event was filled with thrill and excitement. The engaging activities were tied to the main features of the Note 10 – speed, beauty, power, strength – as the functionalities of the new smartphone were tested live.
The agreement signed by Professor Benedict Oramah, President of Afreximbank and Professor Emmanuel Nnadozie, Executive Secretary of ACBF, will see the two pan-African institutions contribute to capacity development for the implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) encompassing knowledge-sharing, advocacy and promotion of trade and economic development in African Union’s member states.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by TUC president, Comrade Quadri Olaleye, and Secretary General, Comrade (Barr.) Musa-Lawal Ozigi.
This is according to the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) report on pioneer status incentive (PSI) applications for the first quarter of 2021 (Q1 2021).