FBN Capital Wins Awards

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FBN Capital Limited, the investment banking and asset management subsidiary of FBN Holdings Plc said it has been recognised for consistent and outstanding performance by three reputable financial awards institutions.

The firm emerged as the winner of the “Best Refinancing in Africa’ at the EMEAFinance Achievement Awards; the prestigious “Deal of the Year, Africa” at The Banker Awards; and the “Most Innovative Bank in Africa’ by Global Finance Awards for Accugas IV, Seven Energy’s senior secured term loan and revolving working capital facility.

Speaking on the winning transaction, Director and Head of Debt Solutions for FBN Capital, Patrick Mgbenwelu, was quoted in a statement to have said the awards reaffirmed the firm’s ability to remain at the forefront of structuring and closing innovative financing solutions within the African Investment Banking industry.

He added: “We are pleased to have upheld the trust our clients placed in FBN Capital to assist in heading, structuring and arranging the Accugas IV financing, and our team remains committed to launching similar robustly structured financings in the local market.”
FBN Capital revealed it was also awarded “Best Investment Bank in Nigeria’ by Global Finance Magazine for the fifth consecutive year.

Also, the Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications for FBN Capital, Lolade Sasore said the firm was honoured to receive the recognition as an acknowledgement of the high standards it delivers to its clients.

“As a member of the FBN Holdings Group, FBN Capital is committed to raising the bar much higher and offering our clients the most innovative solutions, demonstrating unrivalled market expertise and reliable business values.
“Providing sound professional advice and execution capabilities in supporting the financing, investing, trading, securing and advisory needs of our clients is our singular focus, and our partners remain confident that they can rely on us to look beyond today and create opportunities for their tomorrow.” she added.