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Top Business & Finance News Headlines For Today, Monday, 18th September, 2023

by Ikenna Ngere
Business and Finance news

1. Business owners urged to be innovative

Business owners have being urged to navigate the unpredictable market dynamics through innovation to boost their competitive edge… Read more

Source: https://punchng.com/business-owners-urged-to-be-innovative/

2. Fidelity Bank: Fresh capital for growth, global expansion   

Fidelity Bank is set for the league of top global banks following investors’ confidence and approval for its capital raising exercise aimed at sustaining the record breaking growth in performance indices achieved in its half year 2023, H1’23 financial results… Read more

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2023/09/fidelity-bank-fresh-capital-for-growth-global-expansion/amp/

3. Ex-minister replies Obasanjo on Mambilla power project 

A former Minister For Power, And Steel, Dr. Olu Agunloye, has described allegation that he mismanaged the Mambilla power project as ‘baseless, false, and malicious’… Read more

Source: https://punchng.com/ex-minister-replies-obasanjo-on-mambilla-power-project/

4. Experts set agenda for inclusive economic growth 

Experts in various sectors of the economy are set to deliver the agenda to drive inclusive economic growth through sound governance at the 47th Annual Conference of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, ICSAN… Read more

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2023/09/experts-set-agenda-for-inclusive-economic-growth/amp/

5. Operators blame greed for housing sector decay

Operators in the real estate sector have attributed the decadence in the country’s real estate sector to greed… Read more

Source: https://punchng.com/operators-blame-greed-for-housing-sector-decay/

6. Pension contributors, retirees agitate as unresolved complaints pile up 

As the pension assets continue to rise hitting N17.1 trillion in July, more pension contributors and retirees are getting increasingly agitated with the rising volume of unresolved complaints in the sector… Read more

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2023/09/pension-contributors-retirees-agitate-as-unresolved-complaints-pile-up/amp/

7. ‘Discos to resume meter deployment’ 

Electricity distribution companies will resume distribution of prepaid meters under the Meter Assets Provides programme this week, The PUNCH has learnt… Read more

Source: https://punchng.com/discos-to-resume-meter-deployment/

8. World Bank, Ogun train stakeholders in land management 

As part of deliberate efforts to attract investors into the agricultural sector, Ogun State government in collaboration with the World Bank has trained over 65 stakeholders from various ministries and agencies on capacity building on land management… Read more

Source: https://punchng.com/world-bank-ogun-train-stakeholders-in-land-management-2/

9. SEC pushes for 50 Shari’ah-compliant products listings worth N5trn by 2025

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has disclosed that it targets 50 listings of Shari’ah-compliant products with a combined market capitalisation of at least N5 trillion by 2025… Read more

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2023/09/sec-pushes-for-50-shariah-compliant-products-listings-worth-n5trn-by-2025/amp/

10. Technology deployment can ease port operations — APM Terminals 

Officer of APM Terminals Nigeria, Frederik Klinke, has said that the deployment of technology can increase the capacity and efficiency of operations in the ports… Read more

Source: https://www.vanguardngr.com/2023/09/technology-deployment-can-ease-port-operations-apm-terminals/amp/

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