POSTS BY: UCHE NDIMELE

Uche Ndimele

Uchenna Ndimele is the President of Quantitative Financial Analytics Ltd. MutualfundsAfrica.com and mutualfundsnigeria.com (both Quantitative Financial Analytics company website) is a leader in supplying mutual fund information, analysis, and commentary on African mutual funds. We provide reliable fund data; and ratings information that will add value to fund managers, the media, individual investors and investment clubs.

Nigerian Pension Funds Continue to Reduce Exposure to Equities

Nairametrics| In a bid to bolster their performance, strengthen their risk management strategies and in response to the lack...


Nigerian Pension Funds Post ‘Strong’ First-Quarter Return

Nairametrics| RSA Pension funds, on the average, returned 2.84% while Retiree Funds had an average return of 3.4% in...


FBN Money Market Fund Is At Its Highest Since 2013

Nairametrics| The yield on FBN Money Market fund rose to 17.21 percent on March 15th, the highest since 2013 when...



How Stanbic IBTC Mutual Fund Performed In 2016

Nairametrics| Stanbic IBTC Absolute Fund made an 11.5% return for the year ended Dec. 31 2016 and its asset...


Analysis: Largest Mutual Fund Managers by Asset In Nigeria

Nairametrics| Not too long ago Quantitative Financial Analytics reported that FBN Capital Asset management lost its position as the...


Currency Futures Record Highest Daily Trading Volume so far in 2017

Nairametrics| Trading volume in Nigerian Currency Futures Market recorded the highest daily trading volume on February 20, 2017 with...


FBN Capital Loses Its Position As Second Largest Mutual Fund By AUM

Nairametrics| FBN Capital Asset Management Losses Its Position as the Second Largest Mutual Fund Manager by AUM. In one...



How Nigerian Pension Funds Performed In 2016

They did well but not better than...


Nigerian Mutual Funds Gain N3 billion in Nine Months of 2016…See Analysis

It is no longer news that the Nigeria Stock market has been choppy in 2016 with investors scrambling to...


The Top Three Performing Mutual Funds In Nigeria As At August 2016

It's tough to beat the market but these three achieved...


How Nigerian Pension Funds Performed In April 2016

Pension funds remained remarkably resilient in the face of turbulent markets as they etched out some gains in April....


Mutual Funds Lose N1.8 billion In First Quarter of 2016

Nigerian Mutual Funds lost an estimated N1.8 billion in the first quarter of 2016, according to analysis conducted by...