Nigeria’s DMO to roll over N154bn in today’s T-Bills Auction
30 October 2020 | 4:04 pm
Nigeria’s Debt Management Office is expected to roll over 154 billion naira at today’s Treasury Bills Auction. Traders at Access Bank say they expect strong demand for the maturities on offer. Gbenga Sonaike, Team Member of Treasury at Access banks discusses the details with CNBC Africa.
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The Nigerian Bar Association's theme for its ongoing annual conference is African Business: penetrating through institution building. CNBC Africa caught with Herbert Wigwe, Managing Director and CEO of Access Bank for more.
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Uzoma Dozie, Managing Director and CEO of Diamond Bank says the bank was caught up in an economic depression, especially oil prices which impacted its oil and gas books five years ago.
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Access Bank has listed its climate Certified Green Bond on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Herbert Wigwe, CEO and Managing Director of Access bank join CNBC Africa to discuss this listing and more.
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Patience Oniha, Director General of Nigeria’s Debt Management Office says government policies in the country targets a private sector-led growth among others and the issuance of the Sukuk bonds in the past have been aimed at meeting these objectives.
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Moody's Investors Service says the resilient capital and wide liquidity buffers of Nigerian Banks support its stable outlook for the sector, but loan quality pressures remain the main weakness for banks. Aderonke Akinsola, Banking Analyst at Chapel Hill Denham joins CNBC Africa for a post-merger analysis of Nigerian lender Access Bank.
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Herbert Wigwe, chief executive officer of Access Bank Plc, discusses the growth of the lender's retail business following the acquisition of Diamond Bank Plc. He also comments on the bank's capital plan, non-performing loans and measures by the Central Bank of Nigeria to boost lending.
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