Its Chief Executive, Anselem Igbo, said this in Lagos at a consumers’ forum organised to mark the company’s third anniversary.
Announcing the decision in Abuja on Wednesday, CBN’s Director, Corporate Communications, Isaac Okorafor, said the actions on the Bank became necessary following allegations of remittance of foreign exchange with irregular Certificates of…
In a statement on Sunday in Lagos, Fajeminsi noted that the new structure superseded the previous “one-size-fits-all” investment structure.
This followed price appreciation by some highly capitalised and medium-size equities with Dangote Cement leading the gainers’ pack with N9.20 to close at N239. 20 per share.
Chidi Okezie, the bank’s Company Secretary, in a notification to the exchange, said Stanbic Africa Holdings (a subsidiary of Standard Bank Group and parent company of Stanbic IBTC Holdings) recently acquired the 1.14 billion shares.
The bank moved the full apparatus of its mobile ATM van from Lagos to Ibadan Grammar School, one of the 31 allocated schools across the country where senior executives of the bank, including its Chief Executive, Dr. Demola Sogunle, made…
This pledge was made at the 2018 Stanbic IBTC Blue Women Network event in Lagos to commemorate the International Women’s Day, themed: “Press for Progress.”
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that SIAML Funds, open-ended Funds, are set to enable investors achieve competitive returns on their assets while safeguarding capital.
The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, made this known to State House correspondents after the meeting of the Federal Executive Council in Abuja on Wednesday
Guinness followed on the losers’ table with a loss of N4.15 to close at N116.10, while Stanbic IBTC was down by N2.28 to close at N43.72 per share.
The 14 banks in this report, controlling over 90 per cent of the Nigerian financial market, recorded N368.3 billion impairment losses for the Q3’17, representing an increase of 8.0 per cent from N341.1 billion in corresponding third…
The Chief Executive noted that the bank played a key role in the economic recovery as financial intermediaries offering end-to-end offer services to Nigerians and foreigners
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the company rose by N2.01 to close at N185.02 per share.
The certification, amongst its many benefits, will enable the bank to serve its customers at the right level of quality and ensure zero variability in the delivery of service across the various digital and non-digital touch points, all of…
The company shared details of its rights issue programme at a presentation, which was held at the Nigerian Stock Exchange, Lagos.
Among banks directed to make refund are Access Bank, N42 billion; Diamond Bank, N75 billion; FCMB, N14 billion; and Stanbic IBTC, N13 billion