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|CBN Digitises Licensing Application, Approval For Microfinance Banks by postbox: 12:34pm On Sep 21|
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Wednesday in Abuja unveiled a new online platform for the submission licence applications by microfinance banks.
Director of Corporate Communications of CBN, Mr Isa AbdulMumin, said the platform, known as the CBN Licensing, Approval and Other Requests Portal (CBN LARP), would be the place to process applications.
AbdulMumin said the portal replaced the current manual process where applicants for microfinance banks’ licences submitted applications to the CBN physically.
He said the new portal would improve accessibility, reduce paperwork, and expedite licence approvals.
“In due course, the CBN will extend the platform to other categories of licences.
“The online application system offers numerous benefits, including a simplified process, time-saving, enhanced communication, and robust security measures.
“By digitising the application process, the CBN aims to improve accessibility, reduce paperwork, and expedite licence approvals, benefiting both applicants and the economy.
“Consequently, with effect from Sept. 25, microfinance bank licence applicants are required to submit both hardcopy and online applications (via the CBN LARP) as part of a parallel run,’’ he said.
He added that the parallel run would end on Dec. 31, after which the manual submission of hardcopy bank licence applications would no longer be required and accepted.
|Re: CBN Digitises Licensing Application, Approval For Microfinance Banks by TheBillyonaire: 12:35pm On Sep 21|
So the processes were not completely digitized before now?
Are these people raving mad? This is what we get, when illiterates Reign Supreme in gerontologic Plutocracy.
Is this news supposed to make me excitedly congratulating them, or to expose their leadership idiocy? These people steal billions, but could not digitize institutional processes.
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