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Fidelity Pension Managers records funds, profitability growth


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Fidelity Pension Managers Limited has announced impressive growths in size of funds under management and profitability in its financial statement for the year ended 2016. The company also declared a dividend of 10 kobo per share at its annual general meeting held recently in Lagos.

In a statement issued to journalists, the Managing Director, Mrs Amaka Andy-Azike stated that the company is poised to continue to grow the company’s share of market, expand product offerings in the industry and deepen customer engagement through cutting edge technology and focused activities for its target market.

“We have put structures in place to play aggressively and take advantage of the huge business opportunity in the informal sector of the business once the National Pension Commission issues the guidelines.


“The focused leadership of our board of directors, the doggedness of the management team and the commitment of staff are our greatest assets. We shall continue to tap into these assets to retain and motivate all our deserving team members.”

In addition, the World Finance Global Pension Awards, a leading voice in the global pensions sector has named the company as the Best Pension Fund/Provider in Nigeria for the 2017 financial year. The Company has thus won the prestigious award consecutively for two years on account of an international recognition for its strong brand performance, sector leading status and expertise as a reliable, sound, client centric pension fund provider and financial partner.

“We are prepared to move our company to the next level, break barriers, conquer new frontiers and gain new grounds in our industry and in our communities,” Andy-Azike stated.

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