Tag: Nigerian banks

COVID-19: Assessing the impact on Nigerian banks

As Nigeria’s banking industry responds to impact by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ayokunle Olbunmi, Head of Financial Institutions Ratings at Agusto & Co joins CNBC Africa to assess to what extent current efforts can absorb shocks brought by the pandemic.

CBN’s loan to deposit ratio requirement credit negative for Nigerian banks – Fitch

Fitch Ratings says the requirement for Nigerian banks to have a loan-to-deposit ratio of at least 60 per cent at the end of September is credit-negative for Nigeria's banking sector. Muyiwa Oni, Regional Head; Equity Research at Standard Bank Group joins CNBC Africa for more.

Winning strategies for Nigerian banks to stay afloat in 2019

Amid currently challenging macroeconomic dynamics in Nigeria as well as losses to bad loans among Nigerian banks, Chigozie Muogbo, Head of Research and Economic Intelligence at Diamond Bank joins CNBC Africa to discuss winning strategies banks can leverage to stay afloat in 2019.

How Nigeria’s MPCs decision will affect banks

How Nigeria’s MPCs decision will affect banks

Nigerian banks’ non-performing loans hit 10-month high

Nigerian banks' non-performing loans hit 10-month high

MSCI deletes 4 Nigerian banks from frontier market index

MSCI deletes 4 Nigerian banks from frontier market index

How liquid are Nigeria’s banks?

How liquid are Nigeria’s banks?

What to expect from next week’s Nigeria MPC meeting

What to expect from next week's MPC meeting
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