Working capital loans and capital expenditures growth financing expansion into international markets, and marketing investment. How do I know what the Scottish Loan Scheme is? Scottish Loan Scheme will provide loans of up or PS2 million to grow-focused Scottish businesses that have an effective business plan and the capability toRead More →

Information available on the CBN website shows that there are approximately 916 licensed microfinance banks in Nigeria. These banks provide essential financial services (such as savings, loans, domestic remittances, etc.) to low-income, unbanked and underserved groups like market women and unemployed youth. For a highly populated country like Nigeria whereRead More →

the Global online payday loan market overview was recently published and covers the following data: growth rate, size, analysis by type, market segment by application, market competition by manufacturers, share by region, manufacturing cost analysis, etc. A market breakdown, competitive landscape, and trends, along with crucial raw material analysis, dynamics,Read More →

Any financial strategy is built on the basis of a well-executed budget. Whether you’re on a tight budget or earning thousands of dollars a year, knowing how your money is being spent is essential to getting your financial situation under control and avoiding financial disaster. Contrary to popular belief, makingRead More →

Google profits from ads promoting ‘instant’ money and loans delivered ‘faster than pizza’ despite pledging to protect users from ‘deceptive and harmful’ financial products. The adverts were shown to people in the UK who searched for terms such as “quick money now” and “need financial help” and directed users toRead More →

To illustrate the history of racism in banking, here’s a look at the rise and fall of Freedman’s Savings Bank, according to information from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. In 1865 the Civil War ended and the 13th Amendment abolished slavery. At that time, Congress recognized thatRead More →

Child tax credit expiration likely pushes 97,000 New Jersey children back into poverty For immediate release On the one-year anniversary of the US bailout taking effect, new state-level data released by the Economic Security Project highlights how nearly 100,000 New Jersey children were likely pushed into poverty when the expandedRead More →