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Diaspora Remittance: CBN updates list of IMTOs (see full list)

The Central Bank of Nigeria has published an updated list of International Money Transfer Operators (IMTOs) approved for diaspora remittances in the country.

• April 27, 2021
CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele. [CREDIT: Bloomberg]
CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele. [CREDIT: Bloomberg]

The Central Bank of Nigeria has published an updated list of International Money Transfer Operators (IMTOs) approved for diaspora remittances in the country as of April 1, totalling 57.

The apex bank published the updated list on its official website on Monday.

Among the IMTOs listed are Aftab Currency Exchange Ltd, Nigerian Postal Service, Ria Financial, PayPal Inc, Western Union, Swift Payment Ltd, and Worldremit Ltd.

Also on the list are Money Gram, Interswitch Ltd, Paycom Nigeria Ltd, Pagatech Ltd, and Flutterwave Technology Solutions Ltd.

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