Luanda - The Angolan Central Bank 's governor (BNA), José de Lima Massano, defended Wednesday, in Luanda, the need for bank workers continued to work with honesty, professionalism so that the country has a solid and robust financial system.More about this news
Luanda - The minister of Mineral Resources and Petroleum, Diamantino Azevedo said that the increase in Sonangol's stake in Banco Económico stemmed from shareholder agreements because the Central Bank, as a regulator, has demanded a capital increase and one of its shareholders has not applied it.
Luanda -The Angolan Investment Bank (BAI) and the Social Security of the General Tax Administration (CPATT) signed an agreement which will secure the offer of banking services in varied conditions for over 4,000 benefiters of this institution.
Luanda - Automatic Telling Machine (ATM) card users can now transfer up to 3 million kwanzas (AKZ) per day, Angop learns Monday from a source with the Interbank Service Company (Emis) and commercial banks.
Luanda - The Angolan State could spend US $ 11 million / year on cybersecurity, with the implementation of systems and the computer incident response center, announced Thursday, in Luanda, the director general of the National Information Society Development Institute (INFOSI), Meick Afonso.
Luanda - Only seven commercial banks are eligible to participate in this week's Central Bank foreign exchange auction, namely Standard Chartered Bank, Standard Bank, Finibanco, BPC, BDA, Angolan Commercial Bank, being excluded 19, for not presenting the execution report of previous edition.
Luanda - The National Bank of Angola (BNA) and Higher Institute of Science, Technology and Innovation (MESCTI) signed on Monday in Luanda, a Memorandum of Understanding intended to promote the creation of business incubators based on digitalization of payment services.
Luanda - The World Bank today increased the volume of the project portfolio to Angola to a total of US $ 2.5 billion, after approval by its Board of Directors of a new financial package for the country in the total value of USD 1.32 billion.
Luanda - The Angolan government and World Bank signed on Monday in Luanda, three agreements to support the implementation of the reimbursable Technical Assistance (RAS) and Reforms and Privatizations of Public Firms and Private-Public Partnerships Programme (PPPs).