Category Archives: Finance

The rise of a new Tribe

The Cambridge dictionary defines a tribe as a group of people, often of related families, who live together, sharing the same language, culture and history. It is in this light that tribe in this piece has been used to describe … Continue reading

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Where Should You Put Your Money In Nigeria?

Disclosure: This article is written as part of work I am doing for the company in question. I have been paid for this work. You are a Nigerian and you live in Nigeria. By that geographical arrangement alone, your investment … Continue reading

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The content of Nigeria’s foreign exchange reserves

On Monday 20 March 2018, The Guardian Newspapers published an article by Contributor Feyi Fawehinmi titled, “What’s Inside Nigeria’s Foreign Exchange Reserves”. In this article, the writer describes and discusses his perceived rationales for the increase in the country’s Foreign … Continue reading

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What’s the fuss about foreign exchange reserves?

Earlier in March 2018, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) announced that the country’s foreign currency reserves were steadily growing and that the reserves stood at $43 billion. This represented almost 100 percent increase from about $23 billion recorded in … Continue reading

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The case for imposing broad-based sales taxes in the states

The Nigerian sub-national economies have always had cashflow problems, which have become acute in the last two years. With very few exceptions, the states are finding it difficult to pay workers and pensioners. Between four to 12 months’ – or … Continue reading

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VAIDS and the need for effective tax administration in Nigeria

As part of efforts to improve non-oil revenue amid a global outlook of low oil prices, Nigeria’s Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, recently signed an Executive Order (EO) on the Voluntary Asset and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS). The main objective of … Continue reading

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Review of Online Payment Gateway in Nigeria

Well it’s no news that Nigeria is a fast growing developing country and same can be said about its technology sector, if you read my post on digital marketing in Nigeria you will understand this statement So with the soar growth … Continue reading

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Banks and Fintech- Friends or Foes​?

Despite the vast differences in organizational culture, banks and startups in the field of Fintech are a successful combination, when the main beneficiary of this cooperation is the customer The steady increase in the number of Fintech companies in Israel … Continue reading

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Nigeria should focus more on Local Direct Investment

Over the past decade, Nigerian government officials have acquired great admiration for foreign direct investment, also known as FDI. There has been a lot of junketing abroad, supposedly to attract FDIs into the country. Actually, FDI has been rising in … Continue reading

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Israel’s Flourishing Fintech Has Many Fathers

Israeli finance technology has taken giant leaps in the last few years. Hundreds of local startups are developing new technologies for payment and security solutions, and multinational companies and banks are flocking to Israel for a piece of the action. … Continue reading

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