African Trade Invest (ATI) recently launched a mobile application trading platform which will enable users globally to carry out trading and investment transactions either in local currency or the dollar on commodities on the go.
Investors can trade on the application on any available projects listed on the platform and are entitled to a 7.5 percent quarterly returns on investment traded with local currency or 5 percent return on investment traded with the dollar, with a cumulative 30 percent on local currency or 20 percent on the dollar.
Speaking at the launch, Uju Uzo-Ojinnaka chief executive officer and founder, stressing the benefits to Nigeria, a signatory to the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), said, “If it goes well, it is good not just for Nigeria, but for the whole African continent. The ECOWAS single currency has been signed for a long time, but to do trade between Nigeria and Ghana is extremely difficult and we believe this agreement would address the situation.”
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Since operation in 2017, ATI has transacted over $1,000,000 and paid out returns worth over $860,000 in the first quarter of 2019.
Investors can invest on ATI’s platform in the premium investment package which offers a minimum of 6 months investment duration that attracts 1 percent and 2.5 percent for 12 months in addition to 7.5 percent quarterly and 30 percent annual Share of Profit (SOP).
ATI operates in five countries; Rwanda, Uganda, Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya.
Frontpage October 17, 2017