Stanbic IBTC Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Citibank, Zenith Bank, Access Bank, UBA, Sterling Bank, FCMB ,Wema Bank, GTBank, Firstbank , SkyeBank, EcoBank, Diamond Bank, Fidelity Bank.
It will be recalled last week Wednesday that the Apex bank rolled out guidelines for primary dealers – banks that will play directly in the market – with conditions that they must have at least N200 billion in shareholders’ funds, N400 billion worth of forex assets and 40% liquidity ratio, although those who meet two of the requirements will qualify.
But in a revised set of guidelines last Friday, the CBN hrown the door open to other banks to participate even if they do not meet the criteria for the choice of 10.
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