Many customers who previously avoided e-payment services are being converted following the Covid-19 induced lockdown. Michael Nwadike reports from Lagos Festus Charles, a 45-year old factory worker based in Lagos, used to have nothing but disdain for e-b
Perhaps this reflects the more sobering realities of the severe impacts the economic shutdown has had on global output and employment, and expected levels of bad debt and credit losses likely to accrue to existing bank balance sheets.
The crisis we are going through, and more particularly the widespread lockdown episode imposed on nearly half of humanity, has shown how much human activity weighs on our planet and the oceans in particular. On the occasion of World Oceans Day, on 8 June,
WFE members have all benefited from the use of established practices operating under dedicated teams and, where appropriate, standing up additional resources to facilitate the continued delivery of a safe and efficient marketplace.