Top Ten Videos of the Month April
We have become a First tier financial Institution in Nigeria-Mr Aigboje Aig Imoukhuede GMD Access Bank.
Access Bank Nigeria held its 24th Annual General Meeting at the Oriental Hotel,Lagos. It was an event the Bank relished as shareholders poured enconiums on the performance for 2012. They however raised concerns over some regulations that could create issues for them. Speaking at the occasion the CEO of Access Bank Mr Aigboje Imoukhuede said the group has evolved into a major financial player in the country. This will be the last AGM for Mr Aig Imoukhuede who will be leaving office by December,2013.
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The 2012 financial report shows our deposits rose to N19 trillion Mr Godwin Emefiele MD, Zenith Bank Plc

One of Africa's Biggest Bank Zenith Bank Plc held its 22nd AGM at the Civic Centre,Victoria Island,Lagos. The event which had in attendance the Chairman of the Bank Sir Steve Omojafor, Managing Director Mr Godwin Omojafor, members of the board and shareholders. In his speech the Managing Director Mr Godwin Emeife described the 2012 Financial year as a remarkable one in terms of profitability.

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What makes the difference is being able to blend brilliance with real life experience.
First Bank in furtherance of its human capital development drive,honoured successful graduants of its second ever First Academy for newly recruited staff at Federal Palace Hotel,Lagos. The event was attended by the Group Managing Director Mr Olabisi Onasanya and other principal officers of the corporation. First Academy is rated the best employee training and engagement programme in the Nigerian banking Industry. Mrs Ayodele Jayeisinmi the Head, Human Capital Development expressed confidence that the 87 skillful and talented new employees of the bank, will bring vigour and ingenuity to its operation.
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Our 2012 Financial year exploit is a manifestation of our commitment to providing strategic financial services in the region
The Group CEO of the ETI believes that what his bank achieved in the last financial year was an attestation to the value and focus it has in the Industry. On the youth he believes that the Ecobank has a vital role to play by partnering with the public sector in funding programmes and initiatives that will drive youth empowerment schemes. Already the scheme of aiding students in some of the countries it operates, to open an account through a card for scholarship is a process it has developed and managed effectively. He therefore believes with a good environment more platforms can be supported to enable the process of more youth engagement.
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SMEs constitute the bedrock of the economy - Mr AIG Imoukhuede, GMD Access Bank

The Nigerian Stock Exchange in an intervention plan to assist the small businesses, launched the Alternative securities market for emerging enterprises. It is an initiative designed to collaborate with necessary institutions like SMEDAN to create a platform for increased capital and funding of the SMEs. Speaking at the event NSE CEO Mr Oscar Onyema said the stock exchange identified the potential of the emerging businesses to diversify the economy.
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Technical Analysts are crucial to the development of the financial market Mr Femi Awoyemi MD Proshare Nigeria

The Second Annual Conference of the Society of Technical Analysts of Nigeria, brought together some of the established experts in the financial sector, who understand technical analysis and have been involved in the practice. Seasoned and well known International Technical from United Kingdom Mr Trevor Neil of the Beta Group, spoke on the role and impact of technical analysts in the market, while Mr Femi Awoyemi a chartered accountant and financial consultant in Nigeria gave insight into the essence of Intelligent Investing in the Nigerian financial market. Also Mr David Furcajg from France a Director with the Internation Federation of Technical Analysts (IFTA) who joined the conference via skype web, said that technical analysis was crucial to the development of the markets and economy, and needs proper application.
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We have shown commitment in our reforms to create the atmosphere that will attract more Investments

Nigeria has become a phenomenal story in economic growth and transformation.The favorable ratings from Fitch,Moody and Standards and Poors international financial rating groups show the great prospects of the economy. With the right reforms, proper engagement with the foreign and domestic investors and necessary committment on the part of Government,Nigeria looks set to become a major economic player by 2020. Investing in Nigeria has proven a big goldmine in terms of returns and revenues and with focus on local content development and job creation, sustainable development is rest assured.
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How to drive economic transformation using the youth demography

Nigeria's demography shows a youth population at 50%, suggesting a great prospect/advantage for growth and development if strategically and properly engaged. In this short interview, Webtv presents a perspective on how entrepreneurship skills development coupled with technological leverages can deliver the goals for a new Nigeria – and ultimately impact its growing youth unemployment levels.


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Entertainment Industry in Nigeria now positioned for Global Influence

It has been long in coming, from its early days to date; Nigeria’s Nollywood has witnessed a revolution of sorts; one driven by the music / comedy sub-sector which has dovetailed into the movies, creative arts, writing and alternative arts sectors. Truth be told, this is one of the country’s fast growing sectors. Moving from an informal market to the mainstream has however presented its own unique challenges as its position makes it a magnet for youth employment.

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Federal Government should work with the Nigerian Labour Congress to tackle casaualization-Comrade Idowu Adelake,Chairman NLC Lagos State

As the 2013 workers day is being marked across the globe, the challenges and plight of the worker from poor renumeration, increased exposure to risks without insurance and health provisions ensues. A new phenomenon that has ensued and attributed to capitalism is the casualization of workers. This means corporations especially banks and telecommunications firms are employing people based on contract agreements with poor provisions and compensation plans.


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