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Ads in vernacular, slangs penetrate faster, Verdant Zeal boss, Olugbodi

Mr Tunji Olugbodi, Executive Vice Chairman, Verdant Zeal Group, an accomplished professional in the brands and advertising world, in this edition of Executive Platform interview, spoke to Princewill Ekwujuru on latest trends in the industr

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Despite recession companies’ revenue up 15.8% to N4.4 trn

Despite the unfavourable operating environ-ment and the economic headwinds experienced in 2016, the first batch of audited financial results of companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, across the sub sectors recorded about N4.4 trillion revenue during the year, representing a significant increase of N571 billion or 15.8 per cent from N3.8 trillion in 2015.

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Fraud forces insurers to step up e-payment

By Favour Nnabugwu INSURANCE companies in the country have stepped up measures to starve off fraud in the industry arising from cash transactions. The companies now prefer customers to pay through Point of Sale (PoS) terminals at their various locations and agency offices. For instance, AIICO Insurance Plc, said it will leave no stone unturned
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Whither Savannah Bank of Nigeria plc?

TWO weeks ago, specifically Wednesday, March 15, was the World Consumer Rights Day. However, consumers of banking and financial services in Nigeria could not fully join their counterparts all over the world to commemorate and celebrate this Special Day. This is because customers of Savannah Bank of Nigeria (SBN) Plc are still in agony, suspense and with loads of questions in their hearts, 15 years after.

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