Tuesday, December 7, 2021
The Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) has presented a cheque of GH¢100, 000 to the Ghana League Clubs Association’s (GHALCA) in support for the development of women’s football in the country. The donation was in fulfilment of the bank’s pledge at a fund-raising event under the auspices of the First Lady,...
The Minority in Parliament has maintained their stance on their disapproval of the newly proposed 1.75 percent  Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy) introduced in the 2022 budget. Minority Leader, Haruna Iddrisu in his concluding statement on the post-budget debate, stated that the E-levy  will “turn the country backwards,” by affecting small...
The image of the historic building - built in 1894 – delightfully having its day in the sun in an environment of modernity is unforgettable. This is the Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity situated in the heart of Ghana’s High Street in Accra. Opposite this Colonial wonder is...
United Bank for Africa Ghana Ltd., Africa’s Global Bank, picked up two awards at the just-ended 2021 Ghana Accountancy and Finance Awards. The awards are ‘Digital Bank of the Year’, and ‘Most Active E-zwich Bank of the Year’. The announcement was made at an awards gala night held at the...
Bank of Africa Ghana Limited (BOA), has been recognized among its peers as the lead Trade Finance Bank of the Year, at the just-ended Ghana Accountancy and Finance Awards, 2021. The distinguished honour is in recognition of the bank’s outstanding innovative tools used in facilitating and deepening cross-border trade on...
Auditing firm PwC is warning that government’s decision to mainly finance its 2022 fiscal deficit from domestic borrowing could prevent local businesses from accessing funds to expand their operations. In the 2022 budget presented to parliament by the finance minister, government is seeking to fund its projected fiscal deficit of...
The President of the Charted Institute of Bankers, Patricia Sappor, has charged newly inducted female bankers to yearn to become the next president after her, and subsequently become leaders in the industry. According to her, in over a half-century of the institution’s existence, she is the only female to emerge...
Once looked upon with suspicion and cynicism and treated as a ‘grudge purchase’ at best, the insurance landscape has, in recent years, witnessed a significant turnaround globally, and Ghana is no exception. This can be attributed largely to the increased sensitization by insurance regulators and companies, as well as positive...
Economists fear it will lead to financial exclusion Of all the users of digital payment systems which will be severely impacted by the Electronic levy (E-levy) soon to be introduced by government, mobile money customers will be those most heavily hit as data from the Bank of Ghana indicate...
The test of foreseeability The concept of a duty of care has its origination in the concept of foreseeability. The foreseeability test poses the question of “whether a reasonable man would have foreseen a damage or injury to others resulting from his conduct and would have ordinarily provided against it?” Thus,...
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