• Thursday, February 29, 2024
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FDHL looks to deepen risk management culture in non financial sector

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FDHL Limited, a full-fledged consulting firm, has announced plans that will see the company focus its attention on the empowerment of the non-financial sector by upgrading their corporate treasury management and risk management capabilities.

Managing director, FDHL, Tayo Onadele, made this known at a press briefing in Lagos with select journalists, during the weekend, as he said the company was seeking to partner with clients in order to achieve its strategic objectives by leveraging on bespoke methodology informed by evolving best practices and regulatory expectations.

He said, “FDHL’s diverse experience enables the delivery of practical and sustainable solutions that integrate regulatory expectations with real-world applications in meeting clients’ needs.

“Our modules are designed to amplify the provision of relevant and innate skills required to enhance target audience’s capacity building requirements in their respective careers whilst assuring they possess the confidence required to drive day-to-day activities on their different desks.”

The managing director stated that the firm had developed simulation-based training modules in all the financial market products – foreign exchange, treasury bills, bonds and equities in order to improve capacity building in the Nigerian financial markets.

“FDHL also built a web-based market intelligence portal and has enviable record in financial markets architecture having championed landmark financial markets infrastructure like the Nigerian Inter-bank Treasury Bills True Yields and Nigerian Yield Curve,” he added.

FDHL was incorporated in 2001 as Financial Datanet House Limited as a consulting firm with a mission to empower in delivering value. The firm has its history in financial markets consulting but has since evolved to a full-fledged consulting firm.