THE FGN SAVINGS BOND-MAY 2017 OFFER

The Debt Management Office (DMO) on behalf of Federal Government of Nigeria offers 2-Years and 3-Years FGN Savings Bond due on  June 14, 2019 and 2020 at 13.189% and 14.189% respectively.

The Offer closes on Friday 9th June, 2017.

Here are the summary of the offer:

   Coupon: (2 Years) 13.189%
    Coupon: (3 Years) 14.189%
    Opening Date: June 5, 2017
Closing Date:   June 9, 2017

 ISSUER: Federal Government of Nigeria (“FGN”)

UNITS OF SALE: N1,000 per unit subject to a minimum subscription of N5,000 and in multiples of N1,000 thereafter, subject to a maximum subscription of N50,000,000.

INTEREST PAYMENT: Payable Quarterly

REDEMPTION: Bullet repayment on the maturity date

BENEFITS OF FGNSB:

It is a means of diversifying your portfolio
It offers capital preservation to bondholders
Interest income from investment are tax free
The investment can be used as collateral for loan
It offers better returns than interest on saving account
Steady source of income as coupon will be paid quarterly
Coupon can be reinvested to increase holdings and yield to maturity

You can subscribe to this offer through us at:

PLEASE MAKE PAYMENTS TO:

TRW STOCKBROKERS LTD

FBN ACCT NO 2008-040-747

BROAD STREET BRANCH

Kindly send your payment information and the form to: thekingsltd@gmail.com

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UNCLAIMED E-DIVIDEND REGISTER SEARCH

You can now search to know if you have not mandate your Registrars for E-Dividend Crediting into your Bank account HERE

 

Note: all investors whose name(s) appear, are advised to URGENTLY download and fill their respective Registrar’s e-mandate form and submit same at the nearest branch of their Bank or Registrar to register for the collection of their unclaimed dividends and subsequent dividends electronically; as well as for the proceeds from their secondary market transactions, to be credited to their preferred Bank Account (Direct Cash Settlement).

The Commission also wishes to remind the investing public on the deadline of 30th June, 2017, which will mark the end of issuance of physical dividend warrant, with a view to mitigating the risks associated with physical dividend warrants and improving investors experience.

Furthermore, the 30th June, 2017 deadline will see the end of free registration of e-dividend, being bank-rolled by the Commission since the inception of the exercise in November, 2015. Hence, members of the investing public are encouraged to urgently key into the on-going free registration.

REMINDER: All investors in the Nigerian Capital Market are please advised to take advantage of the on-going free registration and register by approaching the nearest branch of their Bank or Registrars for enrollment before the deadline.

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NIGERIA STOCK MARKET REPORT

Public Notice:The e-Dividend Mandate Activation Forms of Various Registrars are now available for Download

This is to inform all investors whose name(s) appear, are advised to URGENTLY download and fill their respective Registrar’s e-mandate form and submit same at the nearest branch of their Bank or Registrar to register for the collection of their unclaimed dividends and subsequent dividends electronically; as well as for the proceeds from their secondary market transactions, to be credited to their preferred Bank Account (Direct Cash Settlement).

The Commission also wishes to remind the investing public on the deadline of 30th June, 2017, which will mark the end of issuance of physical dividend warrant, with a view to mitigating the risks associated with physical dividend warrants and improving investors experience.

The e-Dividend mandate activation forms of various Registrars are now available for download. Please click on the applicable Registrar below to download the form:

  1. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of African Prudential Registrars
  2. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of All Crown Registrars
  3. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of Apel Assets Registrars
  4. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of CardinalStone Registrars
  5. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of Centurion Registrars
  6. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of DataMax Registrars
  7. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of EDC Registrars
  8. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of First Registrars
  9. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of FlourMills Registrars
  10. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of GTL Registrars
  11. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of LightHouse Registrars
  12. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of MainstreetBank Registrars
  13. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of Meristem Registrars
  14. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of PAC Registrars
  15. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of PACE Registrars
  16. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of United Securities Registrars
  17. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of Unity Registrars
  18. e-Dividend Mandate Activation Form of Veritas Registrars

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A LUXURY HOME YOUR FAMILY DESERVES

We are offering for sale 3 Bedroom Luxury Flats

Luxurious and spacious apartments with choice facilities like:

Stand by Generator
All Rooms Ensuite
Five Star Hotel Finish
Top Grade Floor finish
All rooms with AC
Fully fitted Kitchen with Appliances
Imported Wardrobes
Exclusive Sanitary Wear
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Beautiful Landscaping
Full-Service Estate etc.

OTHER FACILITIES INCLUDE:
Shopping mall
Recreation Park
Club House
Nursery and Primary School etc.

HOT PROPERTIES

IMG-20160308-OMORINRE PROPERTY5units of 4-Bedroom Terrace apartment with 1BQ each(4.5 toilets) and 4units of 4-Bedroom Terrace apartment +1BQ each both located on Gbenga Ashafa Street, Parkview-Ikoyi..from 2nd gate through onikoyi lane   Then right turn to Layi ajayi Bembe Road right turn to Hameed Kasumu Street then to Gbenga Ashafa. N95m