United Capital’s InvestNow targets 20,000 investors
From now till December, United Capital’s relaunched platform- InvestNow, would target no fewer than 20,000 more customers at the bottom of the pyramid in efforts to deepen financial inclusion, foster savings culture and investments, with seamless services in just one portal. The Group Chief Executive Officer of United Capital, Peter Ashade, said it’s brand of…
Our shareholders helped us clinch PEARL award laurels, says United Capital
United Capital (UCAP) Plc has attributed its clinching of the outstanding 2017 PEARL of the capital market award to increased investors’ appetite in the shares of the company on the stock market. The PEARL Awards Nigeria, an acronym for Performance, Earnings And Returns Leadership is one of Nigeria’s foremost award recognition bodies, focused on rewarding…
‘Nigerians require 180,000mw of electricity’
United Capital Plc has said Nigeria will require 180,000 megawatts (mw) of electricity to meet the need of household and businesses.
United Capital’s Wealth for Women Fund offers high-yield investment opportunities for financial empowerment
As the number of working women who earn steady income increases, there has also been a steady rise in the demand for financial advice and investible products suited particularly to the needs of women.
The balanced fund: lower risk, steady returns
The current state of the Nigerian economy makes it rather risky for some investors to invest their hard earned money in a number of asset classes. Poor returns on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, lower real estate values, high inflationary trends are all limiting the number of asset classes that provide steady returns and capital growth…
The importance of investing even within a recession
Nigeria is officially in a recession. The recent official pronunciation by the government exposes the folly of Nigeria’s lack of investment in itself, from the average man on the streets right up to those who lead the country.
Experts express cautious optimism on growth in H2
Analysts have expressed optimism on possible growth in the second half of 2016.