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Consolidated bank given bond cash – BoG Governor

Governor of BoG, Dr. Ernest Addison

The Bank of Ghana has clarified that it has made available cash from the bond issued in the name of the Consolidated bank. According to the Governor of the central bank, Dr. Ernest Addison, the move has helped in positioning the bank to undertake its business as usual. His comments come on the back of concerns by some analysts following the ...

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One year on; Receiver still pursuing UT, Capital cash [Audio]

Vish Ashiagbor - Country Senior Partner, PwC

Interested parties to benefit from proceeds of the disposal of assets and liquidation of same of defunct UT and Capital banks may have to wait a little longer. This is because the Joint Receiver for the defunct UT and Capital banks, Pricewaterhouse Coopers has stressed that the processes, majority of which are legal, could take more time than expected. The ...

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Leaked UT, Capital bank report independent of investigations – PwC

Vish Ashiagbor - Country Senior Partner, PwC

The Joint Receivers of defunct UT and Capital banks, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has ruled out any impact of disclosures on questionable dealings by the former directors and shareholders, on its investigations. Documents sighted by Citi Business News have showed that the former shareholders of the two banks, engaged in related party transactions among other unapproved activities which led to the collapse ...

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Creating 350,000 jobs will be tough unless – Economist

Prof. Godfred Bokpin - Head of Finance, University of Ghana Business School

Economists have told Citi Business News that it will be tough for government to achieve its job creation agenda for 2018 if the country continues to rely on the oil sector. According to them, it will be prudent to invest and grow the real sector of the economy (comprising agriculture, industry, among others) to drive the ambitious initiatives to be ...

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