MoneyNewsCentral Bank Releases New Guidelines for Receipt of Foreign Remittances

Avatar PilotnewsDecember 1, 20201

The Central Bank of Nigeria has said that beneficiaries of diaspora remittances through the  international monetary transfer operators (IMTO) shall now such inflows in foreign currency (US Dollar) through the designated bank of their choice.

In a statement signed by O.S. Nnaji, director of trade & exchange of CBN, the apex said recipients of such remittances may have the option of receiving these funds in foreign currency cash or into their domiciliary account.

“These changes are necessary to deepen the foreign exchange market, provide more liquidity and create more transparency in the administration of Diaspora remittances into Nigeria.

“In addition, these changes would help finance a future stream of investment opportunities for Nigerians in the Diaspora,” the statement read.

He also noted that beneficiaries shall have unfettered access and utilisation to such foreign currency proceeds , either in cash and or in their domiciliary accounts.

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    Abadoni Kenneth

    December 1, 2020 at 2:38 pm

    CBN governor is a blocked head.
    Now that the exchange rate is now 500 per dollar he is coming up with Libra policy that will never have impactt on the economy.


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