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Access Bank Receives C. Bank Of Nigeria's Approval For Bank's Restructuring
Access Bank Says Access Bank Zambia In Exclusive Talks With Cavmont Capital On Potential Deal
Access Bank Says Not To Close Any Branches Or Sack Staff
Access Bank Plc (the Bank) is engaged in investment, corporate, commercial and retail banking. The Bank's principal activities include the provision of money market product and services, retail banking, granting of loans and advances, equipment leasing, corporate finance and foreign exchange operations. The Bank operates through four segments, which include Corporate and Investment Banking, Commercial Banking, Personal Banking and Business Banking. The Corporate and Investment Banking segment provides a range of services to multinationals, domestic corporates and other institutional clients. The Commercial Banking segment provides commercial banking products and services to the non-institutional clients, medium and small corporate segments. The Personal Banking segment provides financial products and services to individuals and private banking segment. The Business Banking segment provides commercial banking products and services to small and medium scale enterprises.
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14/15, Prince Alaba Abiodun, Oniru Road
Ajoritsedere Josephine Awosika
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Herbert Onyewumbu Wigwe
Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Roosevelt Michael Ogbonna
Group Deputy Managing Director, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
Executive Director, Information Technology and Operations
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* ACCESS BANK PLC - CLARIFICTION OF REPORT ON CLOSING OF BRANCHES AND SACKING OF STAFF
Nigeria's top lender by assets, Access Bank <ACCESS.LG>, has acquired Kenya's Transnational Bank, the Kenyan central bank said on Friday.
Nigeria's Access Bank plans to expand to Cameroon, Mozambique and Sierra Leone this year after acquiring a Kenyan lender, the bank's spokesman said.
Nigeria's Access Bank and Union Bank have each issued a 30-billion-naira bond as yields decline on the local currency debt market, lead banks said on Monday.
Shares of Nigeria's Access Bank hit a 3-week high on Wednesday, a day after the local court approved its 72 billion naira ($235 million) takeover of rival Diamond Bank
Nigeria's Access Bank said it has signed a $162.5 million subordinated syndicated loan which it will use to help support local businesses.
Nigeria's Access Bank said on Tuesday it had received shareholders' approval to take over rival Diamond Bank in a $235 million deal that would create Africa's largest bank by customers.
The $235 million takeover of Diamond Bank by Access Bank has secured approval by the shareholders of both Nigerian institutions, the banks said on Tuesday.
* Access says no need to sell shares for deal (Releads with takeover closure dates)
Nigeria's Access Bank has agreed to takeover mid-tier rival Diamond Bank, the lenders said on Monday, in a deal both said would create Africa's largest bank by customers.
Nigeria's Access Bank expects the country's banking industry to hold its regular committee meeting soon to discuss South African telecoms firm MTN's repayment of $8.1 billion, on the orders of the central bank.
* Q1 ENDED MARCH 2018 GROUP PROFIT BEFORE TAX OF 27.44 BILLION NAIRA VERSUS 27.60 BILLION NAIRA YEAR AGO
* NOTES MEDIA REPORTS ON CO AND PRINCIPAL OFFICERS ARRAIGNED BY INDEPENDENT CORRUPT PRACTICES AND OTHER RELATED OFFENCES COMMISSION (ICPC)
Nigeria's Access Bank plans to grow its trade payment and settlement service over the next five years as foreign lenders faced with increased regulation at home cut their correspondent banking exposure to West Africa.
Nigeria's Access Bank plans to pursue organic growth in Ghana rather than mergers or acquisitions after the central bank raised the minimum capital requirement for lenders in the West African country, its group chief executive said on Tuesday.
* FOR NINE MONTHS ENDED SEPT 30, GROUP NET INTEREST INCOME AT 121.47 BILLION NAIRA VERSUS 106.37 BILLION NAIRA YEAR AGO
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