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BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/07/033
Internal Capital Generation and Dividend Payout Ratio
Published 10/8/2014
483292PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/02/032
Incessant Request for ISPO by Banks to Lend to States, Local Governments and Community Associations
Published 10/3/2014
166140PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/GEN/BDC/01/009
Updated List of Bureau De Change in Nigeria and their Addresses as at September 25, 2014
Published 9/25/2014
1128407PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/CON/LAB/07/026
Framework for the Regulation and Supervision of Domestic Systemically Important Banks (SIBs) in Nigeria
Published 9/5/2014
494841PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/CIR/04/011
Circular to All Banks and Other Financial Institutions: Release of Guidelines for Licensing and Regulation of Financial Holding Companies in Nigeria
Published 8/29/2014
456020PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/GEN/04/07
List of Confirmed Bureaux De Change in Compliance with New Requirements as at July 31, 2014
Published 8/15/2014
627666PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/07/021
Exclusion of Non-Distributable Regulatory Reserve and Other Reserves in the Computation of Regulatory Capital of Banks and Discount Houses
Published 8/5/2014
134885PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/BOF/GEN/04/011
Report on the Three-Tiered Know Your Customer (TKYC) Compliance Exercise
Published 7/14/2014
142469PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/BOF/GEN/04/011
Report on the Three-Tiered Know Your Customer (TKYC) Compliance Exercise
Published 7/14/2014
142469PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/07/19
Responsibility of all Banks, Discount Houses, and Development Finance Institutions with Respect to Human Rights Under the Nigerian Sustainable Banking Principles (NSBP)
Published 7/10/2014
198173PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/07/19
Responsibility of All Banks, Discount Houses, and Development Finance Institutions with Respect to Human Rights Under the Nigerian Sustainable Banking Principles (NSBP)
Published 7/10/2014
193195PDFIcon
OFISD/GL/09/07/2014
Revised Guidelines For Finance Companies In Nigeria
Published 7/9/2014
343771PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/GEN/CIR/04/010
Extension of Time for Compliance with the New Requirements for the Operation of Bureau de Change in Nigeria
Published 7/8/2014
250009PDFIcon
BSD/DSIR/GEN/LAB/07/017
Bancassurance and Other Non-Permissible Activities
Published 7/4/2014
217954PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/07/017
Circular on Bancassurance and Other Non-Permissible Activities
Published 7/4/2014
217954PDFIcon
BSD/GCA/BAS/CON/01/115
Extension of Parallel Run of Pillar I of Basel II Implementation
Published 7/2/2014
142516PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/CIR/GEN/04/009
Circular on the Extension of Timeline for the Resolution of all Categories of Complaints on Excess Charges and Loans from 14 to 30 Days
Published 7/2/2014
56368PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/O7/015
Prohibition of Loan Defaulters from Further Access to Credit Facilities in the Nigerian Banking System
Published 6/30/2014
452339PDFIcon
FPR/DIR/GEN/CIR/01/009
Circular to All Bureau De Change: New Requirements for the Operation of Bureau De Change in Nigeria
Published 6/24/2014
185040PDFIcon
BSD/DIR/GEN/LAB/07/014
Guidelines on the Establishment and Rationalization of Branches and Other Outlets for Banks in Nigeria
Published 6/17/2014
325230PDFIcon

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Paris Club of Creditors:The club represents only government guaranteed creditors. Members include the United States of America, United Kingdom, Germany, France and Canada, who guarantee the export activities of their nationals. When the recipient nation s government is unable to pay the equivalent of the imports domestic currency cover, it becomes government debt owed to creditor nations. The first Paris Club meeting was held in 1956.
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