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Atlas Namibia

Namibian banks in healthy state

Bank of Namibia governor Johannes Gawaxab said Wednesday he is happy with the liquidity and capitalization of the country's commercial banks even as he...
Mr Daniel Sackey

COVID-19: Ecobank adopts measures to support customers

Ecobank Ghana says it has adopted measures to reduce the potential impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the quality of its loan book and...

Govt completes payments of all BDCs Legacy Debts

The Government has completed the payment of all legacy debts owed the Bulk Oil Distribution Companies (BDCs) and Banks towards reducing the Non-Performing Loans...
From next month clients are likely to pay more for any service?rendered to them by a bank.

Ghana’s banking sector reforms yielding positive results

The coming into force of the new rules by Bank of Ghana on the operation of banks has helped salvage the fortunes of the...

Banking Sector In Mongolia Sees Better Future

The outlook for Mongolia’s banks has been less than favourable of late, with analysts citing both higher levels of non-performing loans (NPLs) and a...

Kenyan banks squeezed by rising non-performing loan book

Although the value of the non-performing loans increased by 0.7 percent, the quality of assets held by the banks decreased from 2.7 percent in...
central bank kenya

Kenya’s banking sector records improved performance in Q1

Kenya's banking sector recorded improved performance in the first quarter ended March 31, with deposits in commercial banks rising to 25 billion U.S. dollars...

Bad loans stalk Kenya’s construction, real estate sectors

Kenya's building and construction and real estate sectors are facing rough times as bad loans from banks soar. According to an industry status report from...

Ecobank Ghana posted 45% growth in 2014 revenue

Ecobank Ghana posted a 45-per cent growth in 2014 revenue to GH ?857.7 million, compared with GH ?589.76 million in 2013. The bank also recorded...

Kenyans take more loans despite high lending rates

Kenyans are borrowing more money from commercial banks despite high lending charges. The rates that stand at an average 16 percent have been blamed...