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Former AFCON Super Eagles winner joins Rangers

Former Super Eagles winger Ejike Uzoenyi is set for a sensational return to the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) seven years after leaving the domestic scene. According to an official statement released on Monday by Rangers International FC, a deal has been successfully negotiated with the small left winger, who …

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Nepal’s transition to green, resilient and inclusive development (GRID) for sustainable recovery, growth and jobs

In 2021, Nepal adopted the Green, Resilient and Inclusive Development (GRID) approach to systematically address the impacts of COVID-19 and Nepal’s structural challenges, including slow national job creation, strong vulnerability to climate change and environmental degradation, low inclusion rates, and significant infrastructure gaps. The GRID approach involves a fundamental change …

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The Balkans becomes fertile ground for crypto scams

The Balkans are emerging as a hotbed of crypto scams, due to the region’s rambling financial regulations. Cryptocurrency trading on the peninsula has grown significantly, but the varying degrees of legal implementation in the Balkan countries is attracting a criminal element. In Croatia, for example, cryptocurrencies are not considered as …

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Why is China’s development a problem?

Houhai area in the Nanshan District of Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong Province, September 17, 2020. / Xinhua Houhai area in the Nanshan District of Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong Province, September 17, 2020. / Xinhua Editor’s Note: Ismail Bashmori is an Egyptian observer who lives in Toronto, Canada. This is an …

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Press release on the AQR carried out in Montenegro

Press release on the AQR carried out in Montenegro 09/15/2021 The first ARQ carried out outside the EU according to the ECB’s methodology confirmed the stability of the banking sector in Montenegro In line with the recommendations of the 2016 FSAP mission, the Central Bank of Montenegro (CBCG) launched the …

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3 pitfalls of using an online bank

When it comes to opening a check or savings account, you have the choice. You can use a brick and mortar bank, or you can use a online bank. Online banking certainly has their advantages. On the one hand, they don’t have the same amount of overheads as physical banks, …

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Nigerian Access Bank to issue Eurobonds next week

By Chijioke Ohuocha ABUJA, September 9 (Reuters) – Access bank ACCESS.LG, Nigeria’s largest lender, expects to problema dollar-denominated bond next week after a series of investor meetings this week, subject to market conditions, the bank said Thursday. Access Bank seeks to issue senior five-year unsecured bond and asked Absa, Barclays, …

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Indonesia revamps banking rules to drive digital transformations

JAKARTA, August 20 (Reuters) – Indonesia has revised banking regulations to push lenders to accelerate their digital transformations, the financial regulator said on Friday, as digital banking explodes in Southeast Asia’s largest economy. The regulations unveiled Thursday will take effect in late October and set out requirements for digital banks, …

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Ilia Galabov, National Bank of Bulgaria

What are the top three reasons your institution joined RAMP? As one of the first members of RAMP, we joined in 2001 and remain a member for many reasons. First, we have access to resource-intensive investment strategies in accordance with best practices, and we use external managers to compare our …

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Lloyds Banking to acquire Embark group

(RTTNews) – Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L, LYG), on Thursday announced plans to acquire Embark Group, an investment and retirement platform company. The acquisition is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2021, subject to regulatory approvals. Embark strengthens the Group’s capabilities to address the attractive mass market and …

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Big four auditors fail to meet UK regulators’ expectations

Britain’s accounting regulator said audits by the Big Four accounting firms and smaller rivals had fallen short of expectations, raising troubling questions about the financial statements investors rely on. The Financial Reporting Council, which oversees the UK branches of international audit firms, said the performance of Deloitte LLP, Ernst & …

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Barclays appoints new co-heads of investment banking

By Lawrence White LONDON, July 20 (Reuters) – Barclays BARC.L promoted JF Astier and John Miller to head of its investment bankbusiness, as part of a new management team to oversee the company that primarily advises on large corporate transactions such as mergers and stock market listings. The bank said …

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Ten best films about journalists in war zones

Undoubtedly, the frequent nature of the wars in the 20e century has given the world some of its greatest famous war reporters. Some of these reporters ended up becoming famous writers. Ernest Hemingway was of course the most famous of them. Today, the recent death of Danish journalist Siddiqui, Pulitzer …

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Southern States Bancshares of Alabama files $ 35 million IPO

SOuthern States Bancshares, an Alabama bank with 15 branches in Alabama and Georgia, filed with the SEC on Thursday to raise up to $ 35 million. Southern States Bancshares is a banking holding company that operates primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiary Southern States Bank, a full-service community banking institution that …

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The European Commission has given a positive assessment of the activities of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The European Commission (EC) and the European Central Bank (ECB) have given positive evaluations on the activities of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina which took place in 2020, under extremely complex pandemic conditions, announced the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina. “The Central Bank of …

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Government statistics fail to capture the reality of inflation – OpEd – Eurasia Review

On May 6, 2021, David, freelance journalist based in Paris White House, PhD, conducted an in-depth interview with Professor Steve Hanke, Professor of Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. In this unique interview, Professor Hanke stressed that “developing countries facing increased risks of hyperinflation must consider drastic preventive …

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2021: A year of transition for Atos

Adjustment of annual objectives Confirmation of medium-term objectives Paris, July 12, 2021 – Referring to EU regulation n ° 596/2014, which stipulates that issuers must inform the public as soon as possible of inside information that concerns them directly, Atos announces the adjustment of its annual targets for 2021. The …

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Twenty years of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina: successful performance of the activities of banking and fiscal agents

For 20 years, the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CBBH) has been successfully performing banking and fiscal agent activities and servicing our country’s external debt. The successful execution of agent functions implies a high level of responsibility in the execution of the orders of the Ministry of Finance and …

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Turkey lays conditions in international agreements in favor of businessmen close to Erdoğan

Levent Kenez / Stockholm Turkey is stipulating that companies close to Turkish President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan should be given priority in Turkey-backed infrastructure investments in foreign countries, according to a document obtained by Nordic Monitor. According to the “Agreement between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina on Cooperation in Infrastructure and …

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June 22 Xinhua World Economic News summary at 10:30 am GMT

Sarajevo-Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) merchandise exports reached 5.2 billion convertible dollars ($ 3.2 billion) in the first five months of 2021, up 29 percent year-on-year, announced on Monday the Bureau of Statistics of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Imports totaled 7.8 billion marks ($ 4.7 billion), an increase of 18%, officials said. (BiH-Export of …

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Albanian Daily News

Around 34% of Albanians hold cash in euros. The percentage of people who prefer to keep the euro in cash increased in 2020 according to a survey by the Central Bank of Austria last year in 10 countries in the regions of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The preference for …

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Europe reopens to Americans as travel awakens

Share Tweeter Share Share Share E-mail Today, the last big step of the journey has been taken: Europe is reopening its doors to travelers from all over the world. The European Union recommends its 27 member countries to start lifting the restrictions they have placed on travelers from the United …

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bne IntelliNews – International banking groups seek to expand in Central and South-Eastern Europe despite pandemic

The last CESEE bank loan survey of the European Investment Bank (EIB) shows that international banking groups remain engaged in the region of central, eastern and south-eastern Europe, with their strategies tilted “towards expansion or stability” despite the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19). The survey, carried out in the spring of 2021, …

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Financial innovations for a green recovery and restoration

Musonda Mumba (Moderator) Director of the Rome Center for Sustainable Development within the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Musonda Mumba is the Director of the Rome Center for Sustainable Development within the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), in close collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Ecological Transition of the …

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Berlin shocked by Denmark-US spy deal – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, with on-the-ground coverage by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today‘s edition of the Capitals, be sure to check out the article “The Commission admits that the share of fossil fuels is’ …

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CBCG reaction to Predrag Drecun statement

CBCG reaction to Predrag Drecun statement 05/28/2021 In cases where individuals, knowingly or due to a lack of knowledge and skills, place inaccurate information that may directly or indirectly affect developments in the banking market, as its primary competence, the Central Bank (CBCG) should respond to preserve the soundness of …

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Greece, leader of the Balkans

After a lost decade, due to the economic crisis and then to the pandemic, Greece is back to playing its natural role as the first power in the Balkans. It is a role that is welcomed by most countries in south-eastern Europe. We may not have the kind of economic …

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Ransomware victims have increased

Business continuity management / Disaster recovery, Fraud and cybercrime management, Fraud risk management Big game hunting and the risk of advanced Crime Syndicate extortion become commonplace Mathew J. Schwartz (euroinfosec) • May 12, 2021 Number of known victims of DarkSide from August 2020 to April 2021 (Sources: Mandiant, Sophos) For …

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In the market, in the market: Bosnia and

Bosnia and Herzegovina competes aggressively with other Balkan countries to attract foreign investment. BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA: VITAL STATISTICS Location: South Eastern Europe Neighbors: Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro Capital city: Sarajevo Population (2021): 3,268,196 Official language: Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian GDP per capita (2019): $ 6,108.50 GDP growth (2020): -0.4% Inflation (2019): 0.6% and …

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Discussion of the integrity of dangerous Bosnia: Turkey

SARAJEVO Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt ÇavuÅŸoÄŸlu said on May 5 that calling into question the territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina would be dangerous for the region and the whole of Europe, while reacting to an informal political document floating around circles of the EU which divides the Balkan nation …

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Deutsche Bank is free of drama at the moment

After years of drama, Deutsche Bank DB -0.46% became boring. That’s welcome, but it also brings the time when the lender will be judged on something larger – and in some ways more difficult to resolve – than a business overhaul – one step closer. The German lender posted its …

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SQA Consulting Creates Jobs In UK With New JV

SQA Consulting, the business and technological transformation and financial crime prevention (anti-money laundering) software company, in collaboration with ABC TECH Group, has created a joint venture, SQA Consulting SEE in Bosnia and Herzegovina . The new company will create 75 new jobs in the UK. The organization will be a …

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The banking system faces sweeping structural reforms

The Bank of Slovenia has published the Financial Stability Review which estimates that in addition to the current risks associated with the pandemic, the banking system is also facing significant structural changes. “Systemic risks to financial stability remain high in the Covid-19 epidemic. Macroeconomic risk remains high, although it gradually …

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