Lotus Halal Fixed Income Fund Listed On NSE


Monday, June 25, 2018 8:30AM / NSE  

Lotus Capital, a full-service, Halal investment management company specializing in Shari'ah compliant asset management, private wealth management and financial advisory services listed its Lotus Halal Fixed Income Fund on The Nigerian Stock Exchange on Thursday, June 21, 2018. The listing event was commemorated with a Closing Gong ceremony.

Funds Details: 





Lotus Halal Fixed Income Fund

Initial Public Offer of 1,486,877 units of N1,000 each

Fund Size

1,554,723,032.45 as @ 13/5/18

Fund Manager/Issuer

Lotus Capital Limited/Lotus Financial Services Limited


Lotus Capital Limited


Network Capital Limited


Kola Awodein & Co.


STL Trustees Limited

Reporting Accountants

RoseWater Partners

Receiving Bank Custodian

Guaranty Trust Bank Plc


 Proshare Nigeria Pvt. Ltd.

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