March 23, 2018 –
The Board of Directors of the NSIA, led by the Chairman, Mr. Jide Zeitlin and the Managing Director, Mr. Uche Orji today signed an agreement for the investment of US$5.0 million in Babban Gona (“BG” or the “Company”), a high impact, scalable agricultural franchise that focuses on smallholder farmers. The signing was executed with the representatives of Babban Gona, led by HRH Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the Emir of Kano and Chairman, BG and, Mr. Kola Masha, Managing Director of Babban Gona.Read More
March 21, 2018 –
Abuja- In a significant step towards providing citizens with access to world class healthcare, the NSIA Healthcare Development and Investment Company (“NHDIC”), an NSIA Company, in collaboration with Federal Ministry of Health (“FMOH”) today announced the execution of joint venture and other project agreements for investments in 3 federal healthcare institutions in Nigeria namely, the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH, Lagos), the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH, Kano) and the Federal Medical Centre Umuahia (FMCU, Abia). Pursuant to these agreements, funds will be deployed to:
1. build, equip, maintain and operate a private centre for advanced radiotherapy treatment at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH); and
2. build, equip, maintain and operate private modern medical diagnostic centres at:
• the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH); and
• the Federal Medical Centre Umuahia (FMCU).
November 3, 2017 –
Lagos - Global Credit Ratings has accorded an indicative public long term rating of ‘AAA(NG)(sf)’ to the Series 1 Senior Guaranteed Fixed Rate Bonds (“Bonds” or “Series 1 Bonds”) to be issued by Viathan Funding Plc (“VFP” or “the Issuer”), under the Issuer’s N50bn Medium Term Note Programme (“MTNP” or the “Programme”); with the Outlook accorded as Stable. The Series 1 Bonds amount is anticipated to be N10bn, with final maturity of November 2027.
October 16, 2017 –
Abuja – The Board of Directors of the NSIA is pleased to announce
the approved changes in the Authority’s capital allocation strategy which, forthwith, will
result in increased capital contributions to the Nigeria Infrastructure Fund (NIF). Going
forward, all contributions to the Fund will be allocated in the ratio 50:30:20 with 50% in the
NIF, 30% in the FGF and 20% in SF. This decision was arrived at during the recently ended
2017 fourth quarter Board meeting which held at NSIA’s Office, Abuja.
June 19, 2017 –
Sahel Capital, fund manager for the Fund for Agricultural Finance in Nigeria (“FAFIN”), is pleased to
announce the successful $65.9 million final close of its debut fund. As part of this close, the African
Development Bank, CDC Group, and the Dutch Good Growth Fund have jointly committed $31 million
to FAFIN, joining existing co‐sponsors of the fund to drive agricultural transformation in Nigeria.