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AfDB Approves US $200-million Risk Participation Facility to Standard Chartered Bank

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Operational Excellence Answers The Future Challenges In Banking Industry

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Dolat Ventures Continues to Diamond Mine in Sierra Leone

*Sierra Leone is One of The Best Destinations for Investment in Africa
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STANDARD CHARTERED BANK AT RISK OF LOSING BANKING LICENCE

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Standard Bank Group plays role in Kenya’s debut syndicated term loan

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Hon. Yaw Effah-Baafi to address Palm Oil Africa in September on Investment Opportunities in Palm Oil & Rubber Plantations in Ghana

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First Uranium announces the sale of all of its principal operating assets, arrangement for a $10 million bridge loan facility and proposed reorganization proceedings and withdrawal of cautionary announcement

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CENTRAL BANK SHOULD ACT IMMEDIATELY

Before January 2011 there were fourteen banks operating in the country, with less than 25% of a bankable population. When the capital requirement was augmented on grounds: that banks are better equipped to withstand period of economic and financial stress and therefore support economic growth; help maintain market confidence in the solvency of the banking system; and impose market discipline and provide a large cushion to protect taxpayers from the quagmire of a bailout process, unexpected capital flight gripped Oceanic bank. read more

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