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Investment One acquires pension fund administrator

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Investment one Financial Services Limited (Formerly GTB Asset Management Limited) has acquired 99.9 per cent shareholdings in Royal Trust Pension Fund Administrators Limited (RT PFA). With the acquisition, the company has now become a subsidiary of Investment One.

At an interactive session with members of the press, Charles Sanni, Managing Director of RT PFA stated, that with the acquisition, the company’s capacity to offer world-class products and services to its clients will be enhanced by investing one’s core values of market insight, innovation and service excellence.

He added that the acquisition will drive the company’s vision “To be Nigeria’s foremost Pension Manager” as well as boost its investment objective to provide her clients a delightful retirement experience by maintaining a portfolio of secured and sufficiently liquid assets.

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With the acquisition, investment one’s business horizon has been broadened to provide a comprehensive investment and fund management solution to her growing private and institutional clients seeking insightful and innovative business solutions.

Investment one Financial Services Limited is licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide Fund Management, Trusteeship and Investment Advisory services.

In addition to its acquisition of the PFA, It has a wholly owned subsidiary (Investment One Stockbrokers Int’l Limited) licensed by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Nigerian Stock Exchange to provide securities brokerage services. The company’s business strategy is geared towards delivering exceptional investment solutions in advising its clients, executing their mandate, managing their assets and transferring wealth to the client’s future generations, through its full complement of investment solutions