CBN Sets Deadline On Dead Customers’ BVN
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has instructed all banks and other financial institutions to submit Bank Verification Number (BVN) of dead customers to the Nigeria Interbank Settlement System (NIBSS) within 24 hours of confirmation. Information Guide Nigeria
According to THE NATION, this information is contained in the BVN guideline issued by the Central Bank and signed by its Director, Payment System Management, Musa Jimoh.
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With clearance from the Director, Risk Management Department of CBN to delist the BVN from the watch-list, the banks are also expected to use the watch-list report submitted by participants and duly endorsed by the Managing Director/CEO of the Institution.
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