The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a Swiss cocoa processor, Buhler, to process Ghana’s cocoa into finished products for the local and the international market.
The Bank of Ghana has observed with concern, a trend where some Banks and Specialized Deposit-Taking Institutions (SDIs) impose certain fees and charges on customers. These practices are deemed to be unfair, inappropriate and detrimental to the financial inclusion agenda and the protection of customers’ interest.
Ghana is expected to be removed from the EU’s blacklist of countries with highly deficient Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorist Financing regimes.
BoG has launched a regulatory sandbox pilot in line with its commitment to create an inclusive regulatory environment which promotes FinTech and innovation
BoG together with the Chartered Institute of Bankers (CIB) and the Ghana Association of Bankers (GAB) of has launched a new Code of Ethics to combat fraud and promote a high level of integrity in the banks.
The Registrar General has directed Private companies to change auditors who have served for more than six years by August 2020.
The Chartered Institute of Taxation Ghana on Thursday 12th November 2020 gathered tax experts in Ghana to discuss the challenges of digital transactions and e-commerce and its effects on Tax and the fiscal policies of Ghana.
Zeepay, a fast-growing African fintech, has announced a partnership with Visa that will allow Africans in the diaspora to send money directly onto Visa debit and prepaid cards in Ghana. Through the partnership, Zeepay will integrate Visa’s real-time push payments solution Visa Direct, with Instntmny, its money transfer platform, to provide users of the Zeepay…
National Cyber Security Month begins today 1st October 2020. through out the month, there will be weekly high level seminars hosting prominent names such as Mrs Ursula Owusu-Ekuful (Minister of Communications), Ambassador Stephanie S. Sullivan (United States Ambassador to Ghana) and Mrs. Anne-Claire Dufay (Country Representative of UNICEF Ghana)
Empowered by the new Companies Act, 2019 (ACT 992), the Registrar General has made some sweeping reforms in the registration of companies in Ghana.