Finance News 10 March 2020

Summaries of today's leading financial news
Finance News 10 March 2020
Daily Finance News Highlights are a service to our top clients, with daily alerts on what is making Botswana's finance news. Source: Hotwire

DCEC, FIA close in on lawyers for money laundering – Trouble looms for local law firms that could face money laundering charges. After being up to their armpits in focused investigations for some time, it is now just a matter of time before the Directorate on Corruption and Economic Crimes (DCEC) and the Financial Intelligence Agency (FIA) descend on certain lawyers and law firms for their involvement in money laundering activities. (The Botswana Gazette)

GetBucks Deputy CEO: Chronicle of a Young Executive – As The Botswana Gazette team was being ushered into the plush offices of GetBucks in the Central Business District (CBD), echoes of Marshall Chimedza’s assertive voice could be heard coming from one of the offices. (The Botswana Gazette)

Limiting the Economic fallout of the Coronavirus with large – The health crisis will have a significant economic fall-out, reflecting shocks to supply and demand different from past crises. (The Botswana Gazette)

Letshego’s Tax reduction strategy pays off – Blue chip microfinance group, Letshego Holdings Limited, has effectively lessened taxation paid to the taxman, Botswana Unified Revenue Service (BURS), the company’s latest financial results show. (The Botswana Gazette)

Pheko appointed StanChart Director – Listed commercial bank Standard Chartered Bank Botswana has announced the appointment of Thari Gilbert Pheko as an independent non-executive director of the bank. (The Botswana Gazette)

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