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However, following the scare, the Bank of Ghana mandated that all commercial banks in the country would need to set aside by the end of December 2018 a minimum of C400m in capital or have their licences revoked.
Last year, the Bank of Ghana informed the IMF that some of the country's banks had capital levels below the industry minimum requirements.
The Head of Financial Management Service at the Bank of Ghana, Stephen Opattah has insisted that noone can skew the release of bonds to favor one person or another.
The Bank of Ghana recently mandated that banks complete Instant Pay certification by end of 2016-how will this impact the banking sector and payments security?
They asked the Bank of Ghana (Central Bank) to expedite work on the assessment of the recently announced foreign exchange measures and take speedy and appropriate action "to restore confidence and relieve the unintended consequences of the measures".
The Bank of Ghana surprised most analysts by cutting the prime rate by 50 basis points to 13 percent on May 13, citing a stable outlook for prices after annual inflation dipped to 9.
The central bank of Ghana has announced that it has maintained its interest rate unchanged.
IFC and the Bank of Ghana will work together with financial sector companies to raise awareness of the need for good corporate governance.
The financial sector in Ghana is regulated by the Bank of Ghana.
The Bank of Ghana will probably leave its key interest rate unchanged as it waits for approval of an International Monetary Fund (IMF) loan before adjusting monetary policy further.
He has pointed a finger at the Bank of Ghana as being the body behind calls for mergers and acquisitions in the country.
Henry Kofi Wampah as Governor of the central bank, Bank of Ghana, the local media reported on Tuesday.