A memo from Habibu Adam, a Senior Economist at the Office of the Senior Minister, in August 2017 sheds light on critical issues in the banking sector following the collapse of UT Bank and Capital Bank.
In monitoring global trends, research has shown that globally the number of adults who have accounts through either a financial institution or mobile money increased from 62% to 69% between 2014 and 2017. In sub-Saharan Africa it increased from 54%to 63% within the same period. General Manager Mobile Money Financial Services of MTN, Eli Hini disclosed at the launch of 2018 Mobile Money Month addressing market women at Kasoa.
Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has disclosed that experts have been contracted to work with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) to conduct forensic audits of companies in priority sectors and undertake audits of multinational enterprises.
Ghana's inability to permanently control its waste production has since become a major challenge for not just government but for citizens alike. It seems all efforts made in the past to avert the pending problem has proven futile even after decades.
One of Ghana's most liquid banks, Energy Commercial Bank is on course to receive a final approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission to float shares to the Ghanaian investing public by next month.
The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Ghana kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 17 per cent, citing short-term pressure on emerging economies, Dr Ernest Addison said this during the Monetary Policy Committee media engagement at the Bank of Ghana.
Participants at the launch of this year's annual report on the Management of Petroleum Revenue have questioned the wrongful transfer of US$13,518, 852.98 into the Ghana Revenue Authority's account instead of the Petroleum Holding Fund (PHF).
The World Bank, along with its subsidiary the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP), presented their findings on global financial inclusion, access to banks, mobile money, and other financial services.
The major cities of Ghana are famous for their economic and commercial hub. As such road users in and within Accra as well as tourist are always confronted with the dense presence of people from all walks of life moving back and forth on along principal road pavements of Accra with various items offered for sale.
The Global Aid for Marginalized Ghana in partnership with Mamprobi Church of Christ has brought smiles to some persons living with disabilities in the country under the Ghana literacy entrepreneurial and industrialization program for persons with disabilities (PWDs).
The Ghana Community Network Services Limited (GCNet) has been adjudged the Trade Facilitation Company of the Year for the second consecutive time at the Ghana Shippers Awards held in Accra. The award is in recognition of the company's pioneering and leadership role in the trade facilitation industry.
Channel VAS Group, the global premium fintech and data analytics company, has been granted exclusive Patents and Intellectual Property rights for its pioneer Airtime Credit and Data Credit products and services. Channel VAS products are live through Mobile Operators