Liberty awarded 2021 outstanding digital lending company
Liberty Assured Limited has been awarded Outstanding Digital Lending Company of the Year 2021.
The company was awarded by Marketing Edge on Friday, 27 August for “offering smart, excellent financial and digital lending services within the low, middle, and upper-level investment market with top-notch innovation in Nigeria.
Oritsetinmeyin Igbene, Chief Executive Officer, Liberty Assured Limited, said the recognition would greatly boost and accelerate the company’s commitment to serving its customers better.
“With all pleasure, I receive this award with great honour and appreciation,” Igbene said. “It is indeed a great booster and accelerator to do more in serving our customers. We thank the organizers for recognizing our hard labour in very difficult economic times; this is truly a heartwarming moment of my life,” Igbene said.
Igbene, who also serves as the Finance & Audit Board Committee Chairman, said by virtue of the company’s business model, investors are guaranteed high returns on investment (ROI), while also encouraging investors to key in.
“As we look into the future to serve more customers, we have the capacity to serve over ten million customers across Nigeria and we are happy to serve. We will continue to make innovation our watchword,” he said.
Yetunde Saba, the company’s Executive Director, who serves on the Board as Committee Chairman for Human Capital and Corporate Social Responsibility, said the fruition of Liberty Assured came from the need to provide bridge financing to the real estate architecture and construction market.
She said the recent cutting-edge innovation of digital lending sprang from the COVID-19 era after observing the gaps in the marketplace and that the company developed a safer market strategy that secures both investor and clients’ funds.
Yetunde seized the opportunity to invite the public to the launch of the company’s Whisper SMS product on September 6, 2021, urging them to log on to Whisper SMS to join the event.
Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, harped on the need for governors to have improved marketing habits, urging “other governor colleagues of whom I represent here to also see the need to boost their states’ corporate marketability as this will lead to the overall national countrywide marketability.”
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