The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) is preparing to hire a consultant for the preparation of yet again another strategy that would help the state bank become a world class bank by 2025.
A severe shortage of foreign exchange, that has plagued the economy so far, has further led to banks struggling to find international go-between/correspondent banks to process payments in Letter of Credits (L/C), The Reporter has learnt.
The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) registered a net profit of 14 billion birr, achieving only 64 percent of its plan for the fiscal year 2019/2020. In a lamentation letter addressed to the staff, the President of the Bank, Abie Sano, stated that he has never reported such a result in his career as a banker and he lacks words to describe it.
Yetebaberut Beherawi Petroleum S.C., a local oil company founded predominantly by oil transporter companies more than 15 years ago, expressed its frustrations over the lack of access to hard currency needed to import oil products in to the country, making it difficult to operate its main line of business in the past two years, and threatening its existence, The Reporter has learnt.
Months after it started selling its shares, ZemZem Bank – which is to be the first recognized full-fledged Islamic banking institution – has managed to raise more than 600 million birr in paid-up capital, and has registered a subscribed capital of 1.2 billion birr, The Reporter has learnt.
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