Access Bank wins 2019 Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award

Access Bank has been announced as the ‘Outstanding Healthcare SME-Friendly Bank of the Year’ at the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA) 2019 held recently at the Eko Hotels & Suites, Lagos. This represents a fourth consecutive win at the event, after winning the same award in 2016, 2017, and also emerged winner of the ‘Outstanding CSR Health Project of the Year’ in 2018. The annual Nigerian Health Excellence Award is an initiative of the Global Health Project and Resources, in partnership with Anadach Group, United States. The awards recognise and…

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NCAA begins demolition of Globacom, UBA, GTB, Unity Bank, Sterling Bank, others masts

.. As 30 days ultimatum elapses The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) is set to commence demolition of telecommunication masts of Globacom Nigeria Limited, United Bank of Africa, Guaranty Trust Bank, Unity Bank, Sterling Bank masts. Others are Union Bank masts, First City Monument Bank, Fidelity Bank and and Access Bank in different locations within Nigeria . A statement signed by the general manager public relations of NCAA, Sam Adurogboye said the demolition exercise will similarly affect some banks and financial institutions who have discountenanced the Authority’s regulatory requirements on…

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Access Bank, Etiebet to settle out of Court over unpaid debt

Parties in a suit between Access Bank Plc and former Minister of Petroleum, Chief Don Etiebet over an unpaid debt today told Justice Mohammed Liman of the Federal High Court, that parties to the dispute have agreed to settle of of court. Following the inability of Don Etiebet to pay the multi billion naira loan owed the bank, the plaintiff, Access Bank had taken steps to take over the Etiebet Place, a property situate at  Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja, Lagos, one of the  properties used as collateral for securing the…

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Police slams Access Bank MD, Herbert Wigwe, Bank, 2 others with criminal charge

The Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of the Nigeria Police Force, Ikoyi-Lagos, has charged Mr. Herbert Wigwe, the managing director and chief executive officer of Access Bank Plc, his bank and two others before an Ogun State High Court, Sagamu, on 21 counts criminal charge. Those charged alongside Wigwe and Access Bank Plc, before Justice N. I. Agbelu led-court are: 41 years old Alawode Oluseye and Bayo Adesina. Wigwe and others are facing charges bordering on conspiracy, fraudulent disposal of trust property, fraudulent conversion, stealing and false representation. SFU in the…

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