Busola Jeje

Tellimer Research

Junior Research Analyst @ Tellimer Research

Busola joined Tellimer from United Capital Plc Group, where she was a research analyst with sole coverage of oil and gas companies as well as power companies. She has a BSc in Economics from Covenant University.

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Nigeria: Alarming growth in online fraud threatens digital banking success

A recent report from the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS) show that the number of fraud attempts in digital banking in 9M 20 grew by 186% yoy, to 46,126 cases. The alarming rise in fraud attempts coincides with the Covid-induced shift to...
Tellimer Research Busola Jeje
Busola Jeje @ Tellimer Research 22 February 2021
Nigeria: Alarming growth in online fraud threatens digital banking success
Nigeria: Alarming growth in online fraud threatens digital banking success

Nigeria's crypto crackdown creates more problems than it solves

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) recently banned cryptocurrencies, dealing a blow to the operations of crypto exchanges in Nigeria. Considering the string of FX policies that have made the process of payments and remittances difficult for Nigerians,...
Tellimer Research Busola Jeje
Busola Jeje @ Tellimer Research 11 February 2021
Nigeria's crypto crackdown creates more problems than it solves
Nigeria's crypto crackdown creates more problems than it solves

Nigeria: Capital flows fell 60% in 2020; CBN hikes rate to woo foreign investors

Inflows of foreign capital into Nigeria declined by 60% in 2020, from US$24bn in 2019 to US$9.7bn. Regardless, total inflows into the IEW in 2020 were much lower than in 2019 – down by 49%, to US$18bn from US$35bn – since FPI is always the major sour...
Tellimer Research Janet Ogunkoya
Janet Ogunkoya @ Tellimer Research 10 February 2021
Nigeria: Capital flows fell 60% in 2020; CBN hikes rate to woo foreign investors
Nigeria: Capital flows fell 60% in 2020; CBN hikes rate to woo foreign investors

Nigeria's central bank continues to resist normalisation

Today, the CBN’s monetary policy committee (MPC) decided unanimously to hold its policy rate at 11.5%. Until Nigeria liberalises its exchange rate regime, the problem of structurally low growth and high inflation will persist. However, the naira has...
Tellimer Research Patrick Curran
Patrick Curran @ Tellimer Research 26 January 2021
Nigeria's central bank continues to resist normalisation
Nigeria's central bank continues to resist normalisation

Nigeria in 2021: Navigating murky waters

Nigeria’s economy, like the rest of the world, has had to struggle through the impact of COVID 19. At the centre of Nigeria’s economic challenges is FX. While investors’ outstanding backlogs have dropped from US$2bn in August to US$600-800mn in Decem...
Tellimer Research Janet Ogunkoya
Janet Ogunkoya @ Tellimer Research 21 January 2021
Nigeria in 2021: Navigating murky waters
Nigeria in 2021: Navigating murky waters

Nigeria struggles with Covid second wave and lack of vaccines

Nigeria struggled with the first Covid wave, but the death count and impact on healthcare was not as bad as seen in other parts of the world, or as expected. Okonjo Iweala, the board chair of the GAVI alliance said that COVAX has been able to secure...
Tellimer Research Ayobami Omole
Ayobami Omole @ Tellimer Research 19 January 2021
Nigeria struggles with Covid second wave and lack of vaccines
Nigeria struggles with Covid second wave and lack of vaccines

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