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BOG institutes measures to enhance corporate governance in banks

The Bank of Ghana (BOG) in a bid to strength the country’s financial institutions, has instituted measures to enhance good corporate governance, Mr Raymond Amanfu, Director and Head of Other Financial Institutions Department of the BOG, has announced at Shama in the Western Region.As a result, the BOG had developed Corporate Governance Regulations that would be applicable to all entities regulated by the bank.He said some of the measures include limits on tenure of directors, possession of certain competencies for directorship, provision of opportunities for induction and training of...

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Multiple salary payment still leakage on national purse

A Public Accounts Committee (PAC) sitting in Parliament, which began on Monday and would run through Thursday, has ...

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Reroy Cables CEO joins Entrepreneurs Hall of Fame

Accra, April 27, GNA - Mrs Kate Quartey-Papafio, Chief Executive of Officer (CEO) of Reroy Cables Limited, has been awarded by the Ghana Entrepreneurs Foundation, and inducted into entrepreneur hall of fame, for her outstanding and innovative performance.Out of the 120 entrepreneurs honoured by the Foundation under the auspices of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, 25 most outstanding entrepreneurs were ...

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National security takes over investigations into allegations of BDC saga

Deputy Petroleum minister Benjamin Dagadu has announced ...

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Societe Generale Ghana Lauches happy Auto Loan

Societe Generale Ghana, as part of efforts in modernizing banking on the African continent has launched what is called the ‘happy auto loan’.The happy auto loan, according to the bank’s officials is a credit facility which offers its valuable customers financing to purchase vehicles of their choice, be it new or used.Speaking at the launch in Accra last Friday, the Deputy Managing Director of the bank, Francois Marchal, stated that the main objective ...

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The Touton Group Arrives In Ghana… French Trading Company Invests In Chocolate Processing In Ghana

Touton, one of the world’s largest cocoa trading companies, has made its gallant entry into the West African country of Ghana, in what can be marked as a historic move and the first of its kind for the French company and for Ghana. The inauguration of Cocoa Touton Processing Company (CTPC) was attended by members of Ghana’s business community...

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Impact Of Import Tariffs On Auto Industry

Import tariffs have a great potential of halting operations and transactions ...

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Ghanaians to smile soon – Finance Minister assures

Finance and Economic Planning Minister, Seth Terkper, has assured Ghanaians that the nation would soon experience an economic boom following the prudent home-grown policies being put in place by the government.Mr. Terkper said the economy would bounce back to become much stronger and resilient, calling on investors to take advantage of the opportunities in the various sectors by partnering the government.“Many good things would happen to Ghana soon ...

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Maritime boundary dispute: Read verbatim Ghana vs Cote d’Ivoire’s argument

Documents are now available which reports how Ghana's legal team and that...

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Government to provide leverage to ignite rice and cassava chain

Kpenu, April 27, GNA - Mr Fifi Kwetey, Minister of Agriculture, has given the assurance that government would provide the leverage to ignite and link up the value-chain in the production of rice and cassava.The policy backups, such as, a mandatory percentage cassava flour inclusion in wheat flour, should bring real spread-out opportunities along the chain, he statedMr Kwetey...

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