November 29, 2022



TAJ Financial institution to kick off N100bn Sukuk bond issuance, lists advantages

TAJBank Restricted, Nigeria’s main non-interest lender, has formalized the kickoffthe financial institution’s N100 billion Sukuk bond issuance with the signing of all of the events for issuance of the primary ever non-interest non-public Sukuk bond provide within the nation’s capital market.

The Financial institution has secured all regulatory approvals required for opening the Sukuk to most people and the bond will likely be listed on the Nigerian Alternate.

Talking throughout the epoch-making occasion on the financial institution’s headquarters in Abuja, the financial institution’s Managing Director/Chief Government Officer, Mr. Hamid Joda, described the financial institution’s newest funding initiative as an important milestone within the annals of Nigeria’s capital market improvement and guaranteed traders of fine returns on their funding within the TAJBankSukuk bond.

He defined: “The Sukuk bond issuance by TAJ Financial institution is an important milestone within the historical past of Nigeria’s capital market. I consider that after this issuance, we’ll see various corporations within the Nigerian market popping out to difficulty Sukuk bonds and that can result in deepening of the non-interest market and finally financial improvement of Nigeria.

“My message to the investing public is to reap the benefits of the chance in view of its potential for good returns. The instrument is popping out at an anticipated charge of 15 %. It’s alsoan moral instrument and there are only a few moral devices on the market and I consider a whole lot of traders are on the lookout for devices which have moral leaning”, Joda assured.

In his remarks, the financial institution’s Government Director, Mr. Sheriff Idi, additionally pressured the significance of the Sukuk bond to the TAJ Financial institution’s operations, capability to offer monetary help to needy enterprises with the attendant constructive implications for the nation’s financial development.

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From left: Government Director, Mr. Sheriff Idi; the financial institution’s Managing Director/CEO, Mr. Hamid Joda; Chairman of the Board, Alhaji Tanko Isiaku Gwamna; and Managing Director Greenwich Service provider Financial institution, the Issuing Home for the TAJ Financial institution N100 billion Sukuk Bond, Mr. Bayo Rotimi, throughout the singing of the bond issuance transaction paperwork on the financial institution’s headquarters on Thursday in Abuja.