Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, has extended the deadlines for compliance with the revised minimum capital requirements for Microfinance Banks.
CBN has considered the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on general economic activities to extend the deadlines for compliance with the minimum capital requirements for Microfinance Banks (MFBs) in Nigeria.
The circular reads;
Consequently, the CBN has extended the deadlines for compliance with the revised minimum capital requirements for all categories of MFBs by one year as follows:
1) MFBs operating in rural, unbanked and under banked areas (Tier 2) shall meet the N35 million capital threshold by April 2021 and N50 million by April 2022:
2) MFBs operating in urban and high density banked areas (Tier 1) are expected to meet the N100 million capital threshold by April 2021 and N200million by April 2022;
3) State MFBs shall increase their capital to N500 million by April 2021 and N1billion by April 2022; and
4) National MFBs are expected to meet minimum capital of N3.5 billion capital by April 2021 and N65 billion by April 2022.
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