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Renaissance Capital strengthens its Capital Markets team

Renaissance Capital was named as the Most Innovative Investment Bank in Emerging Markets in 2018 by The Banker’s Investment Banking Awards

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Renaissance Capital, a leading emerging and frontier markets investment bank, today announces the appointment of Samuel Sule as Director, to join the Firm’s Financing Group. Samuel will be based in London and report to Dmitry Gladkov, Global Head of Financing and Head of DCM.
 
Samuel brings over 10 years of debt capital markets experience, working with multi-national corporations and major banks across Africa, and will be well placed to strengthen the Firm’s offering in the area of capital markets across financing instruments and geographies.
Samuel joins Renaissance Capital from Standard Chartered Bank, where he spent over five years working on domestic and international debt transactions, from origination to structuring and distribution, for issuers across West Africa (2013-2018). Samuel’s recent transaction experience includes sovereign bond issuance across West Africa, international bond issuance for multi-lateral institutions and banks, as well as local currency financing for corporates. Samuel’s previous work experience includes roles with Stanbic IBTC Capital (Lagos) and HSBC (London).
 Samuel holds a BA Hons degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Newcastle, UK. He is a CFA Charterholder and gained a CISI Level 3 Certificate in Financial and Commodity Derivatives, FSA and is a Nigerian SEC-approved finance professional.
Dmitry Gladkov, Global Head of Financing and Head of DCM commented: “I am very pleased to welcome Samuel to join our strong DCM team, which had an exceptionally successful past year. We led a series of innovative transactions across emerging markets, including Nigeria’s first ever corporate infrastructure bond, and the first 10-year bond issued by a non-financial corporate in Nigeria. Building on this excellent track record, Samuel’s unique African debt capital markets experience will help us further enhance our footprint in the continent and strengthen the Firm’s position as the world’s leading frontier and emerging markets investment bank.”
Renaissance Capital was named as the Most Innovative Investment Bank in Emerging Markets in 2018 by The Banker’s Investment Banking Awards. The Firm also recorded an impressive set of results in the 2018 Extel Survey for the third consecutive year, with strong placings in a range of categories for individual analysts and the Firm overall. In the 2018 Financial Mail awards for African equity research, the Firm’s local team was ranked fourth, and individual analysts achieved top positions in their respective categories. The Global Finance magazine 2018 award named Renaissance Capital as the Best Bank in Frontier Markets.

 

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NSITF board to investigate suspended MD and others over financial misconduct

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The board of directors of the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) has revealed that it will investigate the activities of the suspended Managing Director, 3 Executive Directors, and 8 other senior management staff over financial breaches and gross misconduct.

This was disclosed by the Chairman of the board of NSITF, Mr. Austin Enajemo-Isire, in a statement in Enugu on Sunday July 5, 2020.

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Enajemo-Isire said that the Managing Director and other top management staff of the organization would have the opportunity to clear themselves of any wrongdoing with the probe panel which was being set up.

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While reacting to claims that the suspension did not follow due process as President Muhammadu Buhari did not approve it, Enajemo-Isire said that the approval for the suspension of the affected staff had been conveyed to the Labour Minister in a correspondence referenced SGF. 47/511/T/99 of June 30, 2020.

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According to the Chairman, “The minister has conveyed this approval and directives to me for necessary action in terms of setting up a board-driven investigative panel.

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“This is to give the affected officers the opportunity to clear themselves of the financial and procurement breaches and acts of gross misconduct and other infractions that gave rise to their prima facie indictment.

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“It is in this light that I have decided to call a virtual meeting of the management board on Tuesday, July 7, 2020, to consider the modalities for our action.”

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He, therefore, appealed to staffers of NSITF and their social partners to keep calm and exercise restraint.

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A few days ago, Nairametrics reported the suspension of the Managing Director and some senior management staff over corruption allegations. However, the management in its reaction debunked that claim and said that the President did not approve their suspension but that rather, it was the sole decision of the Labour Minister, Chris Ngige, who they said was overreaching himself.

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Nigerian Content Intervention Fund increased to US$350 million

The fund expansion was one of the decisions taken at the board’s recent meeting.

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The governing council of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCMB) announced on Sunday that it has approved a $150 million expansion of the Nigerian Content Intervention Fund, raising it from $200 million to $350 million.

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The fund expansion was one of the decisions taken at the board’s recent meeting on June 16, 2020, chaired by Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, H.E. Chief Timipre Sylva, who is also the Chairman of the Council.

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The board said that $100 million from the additional fund would be used to boost five existing loan products, which include manufacturing in the oil and gas industry, asset acquisition of rigs, marine vessels, contract financing for Nigerian oil service providers, contract financing for oil and gas community contractors, and loan refinancing with Nigerian banks.

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The council also announced that $20 million and $30 million would be used for 2 newly developed loan product types (the Intervention Fund for Women in Oil & Gas and PETAN Products) which include Working Capital loans and Capacity Building loans for PETAN member companies.

Started in 2017, the Nigerian content Intervention fund was developed as a $200 Million fund managed by the Bank of Industry, to facilitate on-lending to qualified stakeholders in the Nigerian oil and gas industry on five loan product types.

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The NCI Fund is a portion of the Nigerian Content Development Fund (NCDF), aggregated from the one percent deduction from the value of contracts executed in the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry.

According to the NCMB, “About 94 percent of the NCI Funds has been disbursed to 27 beneficiaries as at May 2020.”

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Seplat gives notice of board meeting, to consider Q2 financial result

The notification is in conformity with the rules of the Nigerian bourse on the obligations of the issuer.

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Seplat Plc, Seplat gives notice of board meeting, to consider Q2 financial result

The indigenous oil and gas firm, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc has given notice of its board of director meeting which has been scheduled for Tuesday, July 28, 2020 through a teleconference in Lagos between 10 am and 3 pm.

This was disclosed in a notification that was sent to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on July 3, 2020 and signed by the oil firm’s Company Secretary, Edith Onwuchekwa.

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The notification is in conformity with the rules of the Nigerian bourse on the obligations of the issuer, in this case, Seplat, to notify the Exchange at least 14 days ahead of the due date and time when the board of directors hopes to meet to discuss its financial results.

The notification from Seplat states, ‘’In line with the rules of the NSE on the obligation of the Issuer to notify the Exchange at least 14 days in advance, in respect of the date and time when the board of directors will meet to discuss its Q2 2020 Financial Results, we wish to state the meeting details as follows,’’

‘’Date: Tuesday 28th July 2020, Venue: Via Teleconference, Lagos, Time: 10.00am – 3.00pm’

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(READ MORE: Fidelity Bank announces closed period ahead of H2 financial statements release)

Seplat, in its statement, also said they were going to notify the Exchange of the details of the Board’s decision on the 2020 second-quarter financial results immediately after the meeting as required by the rules.

Nairametrics had earlier reported that following the global oil crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, the oil and gas firm, in its released financial statement, announced that revenue declined from $159.5 million in Q1 2019 to $130.5 million in Q1 2020. That represented an 18.2% drop.

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The gross profit dropped from $81.4 million in Q1 2019 to $33.1 million in Q1 2020. This shows a drop of 59.3%. The profit before deferred tax showed a loss of $105.8 million in Q1 2020 as against the profit before deferred tax of $35.8 million that was achieved in Q1 2019. This represented a huge drop of 395.5%.

The company’s CEO, Austin Avuru, said that as part of its strategy, Seplat was shifting focus to its gas business which is less exposed to the oil price drop which is currently ravaging the upstream sector.

The current share price of Seplat on the Nigerian Stock Exchange is N386 per share as at July 3, 2020.

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