The premium rates for most classes are still going downhill – COO, Africa Re

The premium rates for most classes are still going downhill – COO, Africa Re

<p>Globally the soft market has been on for over a decade largely driven by the lack of significantly impactful catastrophes and increased capital flowing into the market. This trend has not helped margins in the industry and underwriters are therefore considering ways to firm up premium rates.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.van...
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ASSE, Brickwall canvass environmental safety awareness

ASSE, Brickwall canvass environmental safety awareness

<p>In its bid to tackle recurrent incidents of building collapse in the country, American Society of Safety Engineers, ASSE Nigeria chapter in partnership with Brickwall Group of Companies has tasked Nigerians on the need to be safety conscious and seek profes...
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Fintech solutions’ll disrupt retail, payment sectors’ of banks’ businesses — PwC

Fintech solutions’ll disrupt retail, payment sectors’ of banks’ businesses — PwC

<p>WORLD'S leading accounting and management firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers, PwC, has revealed that the Nigerian retail banking and payments sectors will be the most disrupted by a group of new companies building Financial Technology (FinTech) solutions.</p> <p>...
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Insurance coys are better managed now than years back – Zakariya’u

Insurance coys are better managed now than years back – Zakariya’u

<p> Is very easy for you as a journalist who is writing history in a hurry, to miss some important things happening in the industry and which are building blocks for better things for the future of the industry. Let me give you examples, we have witnessed rece...
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Africa Re, World Bank partner on risk-sharing for farmers

Africa Re, World Bank partner on risk-sharing for farmers

<p>THE World Bank Group’s Global Index Insurance Facility (GIIF) and African Reinsurance Corporation (Africa Re) have entered into an agreement to carry out a risk-sharing facility to subsidize premium for over 80million farmers in Africa.</p> <p>The post <a...
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‘With dematerialisation, all shares’ll be on owners account’

‘With dematerialisation, all shares’ll be on owners account’

<p>Yes, I am in support of the move by the Commission to stop physical share certificates. Elimination of share certificate will go a long way to hasten transactions on the stock market. I am happy to hear that the Central Securities Clearing System, CSCS, has...
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Forex: CBN, banks to verify tax clearance certificates, flight tickets

Forex: CBN, banks to verify tax clearance certificates, flight tickets

<p>As part of measures to implement the new foreign exchange measures to address the depreciation of the naira in the parallel market, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, and commercial banks will collaborate with state governments to verify tax clearance certif...
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Guinness Nigeria unveils 2016 sustainability report, outlines future goals

Guinness Nigeria unveils 2016 sustainability report, outlines future goals

<p>Guinness Nigeria Plc, a foremost total beverage alcohol company in the country, has released its Sustainability Report for 2016, indicating its performance on various aspects of its operations, while outlining its sustainability targets for the future.</p> ...
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Earnings releases to shape market outcome this week

<p>Stanley  Opara Earnings releases expected this week will determine the performance of the Nigerian equities market, analysts have said. While the market is also expected to see mixed trading, it is anticipated that a sort of bargain-hunting will prevail. H...
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Explore REIT prospects, NSE urges players

<p>Stanley Opara The Nigerian Stock Exchange has encouraged funds managers in the country to take advantage of the opportunities available in the Real Estate Investment Trust market through product innovations that meets investors’ needs and appetite. The Ch...
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