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Crystal Capital & Investments Ltd announced as headline sponsor for 2017 Student CEO Summit Nationwide Tour

Leading private investment and financial advisory firm in Ghana, Crystal Capital & Investments Ltd. has been announced as headline sponsor for the Student CEO Summit. The Student CEO Summit is an entrepreneurship, innovation & investments conference with a mission to discover, develop and mentor the next generation of globally minded …

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Let’s invest in talent development — Ayariga

A former Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr Mahama Ayariga, has called on stakeholders in the area to invest in the development of talents in sports. He said most of the young people in the area were talented in the various sporting disciplines and only needed to be supported to …

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Ministers who overspend their budget to be sanctioned

Minister for Monitoring and Evaluation, Dr. Anthony Akoto Osei has committed to cracking the whip on ministers who fail to stick to their budgets. This followed a call from stakeholders at the launch of a report on governance. The stakeholders said government needed to step up in ensuring compliance when …

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Newly Launched, Loyalty Insurance Company Limited

Loyalty Insurance Company Limited is an indigenous Ghanaian insurance company, incorporated and registered as a private limited liability company under the Companies Act, 1963 (Act 179) on 31st March 2016 and duly licensed by the National Insurance Commission under the Insurance Act, 2006 (Act 724) to underwrite non-life insurance business. …

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New capital requirement could force 15 banks to go down

Fifteen banks in the country may struggle to meet the new capital levels introduced by the Bank of Ghana based on the published results. This could force them to lose their license by January 1 2019 unless they are able to raise the capital or merge. JoyBusiness analysis showed that …

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Ghanaians must command heights of economy…AGI Prez

The Association of Ghana industries (AGI) has decried the dominant role of foreigners in the domestic economy, with a call on stakeholders to take a critical look at the bigger picture to reverse the trend. President of the Association, James Asare-Adjei, has therefore indicated the AGI’s readiness to spearhead government’s …

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