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7 Oct 2020
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14 Dec 2019
The CEO of Nigeria's Bank of Industry Olukayode Pitan says the idea of the Affirmative Finance Action for Women in Africa is to make lenders do more for women. CNBC Africa's Kenneth Igbomor caught up with him on the sidelines of the Global Gender Summit after they signed a letter of intent on the AFAWA risk-sharing facility.
1 Dec 2019
The Managing Director and CEO of the Bank of Industry (BOI) in Nigeria, Olukayode Pitan, says the bank signed agreements with four major banks at the 2nd Africa Investment Forum in Johannesburg. He discussed their plans with CNBC Africa’s Kopano Gumbi at the forum.
7 Dec 2017
Nigeria plans to lift millions out of poverty and one of the ways is through the Bottom of Pyramid Scheme, aimed at giving micro-entrepreneurs easy access to loans.
3 Dec 2017
In 2016 Nollywood’s combined box office topped N3.5 billion ( $11.5 million) with local movies generating 30% in sales. To some, that's insignificant but to Bank of Industry, that is outstanding.
25 Nov 2017
By supporting young, passionate and creative, BoI is hopeful that Nigeria's emerging fashion designers will make the industry Nigeria's new oil.
23 Nov 2017
According to a McKinsey report, there is a high density of MSME's in Sub-Saharan Africa totalling about 14 million in number. It is for this reason Nigeria's Bank of Industry and many others are providing funding, especially suited to meet the needs of these businesses.
21 Nov 2017
According to a McKinsey report, there is a high density of MSME's in Sub-Saharan Africa totalling about 14 million in number. It is, for this reason, Nigeria's Bank of Industry and many others are providing funding, especially suited to meet the needs of these businesses. One of such beneficiaries of this funding is Olagoke Oladoye, CEO of Ghoges Farm.

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