By Elizabeth Adegbesan
The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has ordered Deposit Money Banks, DMBs to sell foreign exchange (FX) to customers.
CBN disclosed this in a letter to all banks reminding them to set up teller points at designated branches across the country to fulfil legitimate FX requests by customers.
The regulator, on Tuesday, has announced the discontinuity of forex supplies to the Bureau de Change Operators, BDCs in the country over their continuous abuse of the privilege.
The letter, signed by Haruna Mustafa Director, Banking Supervision Department, stated: “Further to the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC. briefing of July 27, 2021, al Deposit Money Banks (DMBs are hereby reminded to set up teller pots at designated branches across the country to fulfil legitimate FX requests for Personal Travel Allowance (PTA Business Travel Allowance (BTA, tuition fees, medical payments SMEs transactions amongst others.
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Source: Vanguard Newspaper