Implementation of Electronic Certificate of Capital Importation


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Implementation of Electronic Certificate of Capital Importation

Friday/ September 8, 2017/ 1:47 AM /CBN

In a bid to enhance transparency and efficient processing of foreign investment flows to the country, the Central Bank of Nigeria hereby informs the Authorised dealers and the public of the deployment of Electronic Ce1ificate of Capital Impo1ation (eCCI) platform.

Accordingly, the eCCI shall replace the hard copy CCI normally issued in respect of all capital inflows either in form of cash or machinery/equipment.

Consequently, effective from Monday 11th September, 2017, the processing of Certificate of capital Importation in Nigeria shall only be done electronically on the eCCI platform.

Please note and ensure compliance accordingly.


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