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Niger Insurance’s alliance with Afribank intact — Uranta

Niger Insurance Plc has said that its alliance with Afribank is still intact as it has nothing to do with the problem in the banking sector.
Niger Insurance entered into a strategic alliance with Afribank Nigeria Plc for the purpose of creating the biggest financial supermarket.
Mr. Uranta said that the company intended to create and enhance quality products for its clients while using combined branch networks of the bank and the insurer for service delivery.

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ETB boss addresses financial market dealers on infrastructure

Managing Director/Chief Executive Equitorial Trust Bank, Mr. Ike Oraekwuotu, will address the quarterly general meeting of the Financial Markets Dealers Association (FMDA) on “Banks and Infrastructure Development: A case for the use of Bonds”.
The bank is also hosting the quarterly general meeting, the first after the association changed its corporate name from the Money Market Association of Nigeria.

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Nasarawa Governor Commends Fidelity Bank’s Agric initiatives

FIDELITY Bank’s efforts to support the agricultural sector and ensure food security in Nigeria have been commended by the Nasarawa State Governor, Alhaji Aliyu Akwedoma.Governor Akwedoma, who was speaking on Tuesday, at the launching of the tractor acquisition scheme of the Nasarawa Local Government which was funded by Fidelity Bank, further remarked that the bank had always demonstrated a commitment to the funding of agricultural projects and ideas that benefit the nation.

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FG approves N70bn for Fadama III

FG approves N70bn for Fadama III The federal government has approved additional N70 billion to support the implementation of the National Fadama III programme, Minister of Agriculture and Water Resources Sayyadi Ruma said. Ruma made the statement in Gusau on Monday at the official launch of the Third National Fadama Programme.

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IATA’s billing and settlement plan launched in Ghana

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has launched an IATA Billing Settlement Plan (BSP) in Ghana, and this took effect on August 1, 2009.The BSP operation brings new efficiency to the relationship between travel agents and airlines by providing a one-stop standardized interface.11 airlines and 21 travel agents are currently participating in the Ghana BSP programme.

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