CITITRUST Holdings Plc emerges investment holding company of the year
Cititrust Holdings Plc., a multi-sector investment group, has emerged winner of the prestigious
Investment Holding Company of the Year Award at the 2019 edition of BusinessDay’s Banks’
and Other Financial Institutions (BAFI) Awards, which held in Lagos on Saturday, October 19, 2019.
The company beat out some of Nigeria’s most iconic diversified business investment groups to clinch the award..
CITITRUST, the Diaspora Partner Strengthening Diaspora Investment Culture.
As part of the great products of Cititrust Holdings Plc., the group has recently launched its Diaspora account that is called Cititrust Diaspora.
Cititrust as an innovative organization has strategically identified African Diasporas as a major partner to close the current tide of economic development lacuna which troubles the socio-economic growth of Nigeria and Africa at large.
In Cititrust, we have strong believe that African people can solve African problems. As a continent, we need investments and commitment to tackle Africa wide challenges in Real Estate, Energy, Transportation, Minerals Development, Agriculture, health etc.
Our effective role as the African Diaspora Partner is consistency in providing a formidable platform that enhances: savings and investment for citizen/retail, commercial, corporate and infrastructure finance to bridge the gap that exists in achieving the Economic Liberalized African dream. Our financial solution has the capacity to integrate, connect and network over 20million Africa Diasporas families and institutions together. By extension, we also provide FDI services to international investors and technical partners interested in investing in Africa.
To show our commitment to Diaspora Africans, Cititrust is a partner brand in collaboration with SME Secretariat and Nigeria in Diaspora Organization Europe in the upcoming NIGERIA EUROPE TRADE CONFERENCE which is holding on 7th to 9th November 2019, at Wood Quays Dublin, Ireland.
Interesting to note, our business model connects global financial institutions worldwide. The Cititrust Diaspora account currently operates in Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, CotedVoire, Botswana, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Namibia, Benin Republic, we are in the process of enlisting other African countries.
Please contact us to sign up today……..
Mojec Partners 8 Banks on meter acquisition financing
Mojec Meter Assets Management Company, a subsidiary of Mojec International Limited has partnered with eight banks to provide retail financing for electricity customers.
Meter Asset Providers (MAP) scheme is approved by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) through a regulation meant for the provision, supply, installation and maintenance of meters with a view to fast tracking the closure of metering gap in the nation. The banks include Polaris Bank, First Bank, Wema Bank, Unity Bank, Keystone Bank, Zenith Bank, Sterling Bank and First Option Micro Finance Bank(A subsidiary of Cititrust Financial Services Limited.