Coronation Merchant Bank Commercial Paper Issuance Series V and VI Now Open


Tuesday, February 25, 2020  10:48 AM / By Arthur Stevens Asset Mgt  / Header Image Credit:  Coronation Merchant Bank Limited


We are pleased to notify you that Coronation Merchant Bank Limited ("Coronation MB" or the "Bank") Series V and VI Commercial Paper issuance under its N100 billion Commercial Paper Programme is NOW OPEN. The Offer is scheduled to close on Wednesday, February 26, 2020.


Coronation Merchant Bank is a Private Limited Liability Company duly licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria as a Merchant Bank in Nigeria, providing services in treasury services, investment banking, and corporate banking to corporates, institutional investors and high-net-worth individuals. The Bank, a well-recognized brand and "A" rated entity, has consistently delivered strong financial performance, with its asset base and shareholders' funds at N248.63 billion and N30.46 billion respectively, as at 30 September 2019.


Please find below a summary of the terms of the Offer

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