Exclusion of Conventional Commercial Banks from Establishing Micro-finance Banks


 
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Exclusion of Conventional Commercial Banks from Establishing Micro-finance Banks
Nwagbosoh, Isaac, Management Consultant, Nigeria, Member
The establishment of micro-finance banking institutions is a welcome development, but I suggest that the Central Bank of Nigeria (C.B.N.) should forbid/exclude existing commercial banking institutions in Nigeria from establishing, owning and operating these institutions. This, apart from really addressing the needs of the targeted rural populace, I think would help in developing micro-financing operations as a sub-sector within the banking industry....Sign up
 

 
Micro Finance and Commercial Banks
Theurimwangi, Kenya, Member
In Kenya the micro finance concept has grown to a level where one of the pioneer micro finance (Equity Bank) converted to a commercial bank. Ho...Sign up
 

 
Are Microfinance Institutions Playing Their Role?
ELLIOTT S N, Student (MBA), Cameroon, Member
I have been working in the microfinance sector in Cameroon and it's quite interesting.
Being a very competitive sector, micro finance inst...Sign up
 

 
Exclude Conventional Banks from Microfinance
Edward Onipede, Manager, United Kingdom, Member
I concur to the exclusion of conventional banks, especially as this scheme would be setup mainly in the third world. The records of conventional banks...Sign up
 

 
 


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