Coronation Merchant Bank has been named the best investment bank in Nigeria by Global Finance magazine in its 20th annual World’s Best Investment Banks.
After a series of exclusive surveys, which will be published in the April 2019 issue, the world-renowned financial magazine recognized Coronation Merchant Bank as the Best Investment Bank in Nigeria along with Barclays, VTB Capital and DBS Bank as the Best Investments Banks in Western Europe, Central and East Europe and Asia – Pacific regions respectively.
Abu Jimoh, group managing director/CEO of Coronation MB said, “we are delighted to be recognized as the Best Investment Bank in Nigeria. Our successes and achievements over the years is a reflection of the hard work and commitment of our staff, management and Board in ensuring we maintain our core values of integrity, innovation and excellence in service delivery”. He further stated that “this award affirms that we are on course to achieving our long-term goal of becoming Africa’s premier investment bank”.
Coronation Merchant Bank is a Nigeria based financial institution, founded in 2015 and offering a range of services to individual and institutional clients, including trade finance, treasury, investment banking and brokerage products. Coronation Merchant Bank is part of the Coronation group of companies, one of Africa’ leading investment management groups offering asset management, merchant banking, risk transfer and digital distribution capabilities.
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Winning organizations will be honoured at an awards ceremony on the morning of October 19, 2019, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC during the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings.
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Frontpage December 20, 2018