Advisory Services Of Meristem Capital Has Raised N80bn For Firms Since inception


Sunday, October 07, 2018   09.55AM  / Meristem via TheGuardian


In its effort to counsel companies on how to access medium to long-term financing, Meristem Capital Limited (MCL) has reaffirmed its commitment to the provision of advisory services for several firms across different sectors


The firm also said it has raised over N80 billion capital for businesses since its inception.


Manager of the company, Senami Johnson, in an interview with The Guardian, explained that the firm, which has played advisory roles for over 12 industry leaders across all sectors, also assists companies to access a wide range of financing options seamlessly.


He explained that the company is a major player in the Nigerian equity market financing, with core responsibilities such as Mergers and acquisitions (M&As), divestiture, capital raising and financial advisory on behalf of clients across sectors.


A subsidiary of the Meristem Group, MCL is a conglomerate in the financial services market and is strategically positioned to support companies and institutions in their medium to long-term financing options for value creation.


“In ensuring value creation, our services are optimised and efficient, they effect mergers and acquisitions with bespoke models, ranging from strategic options analysis, value assessments, marketplace structured deals, transaction management processes, negotiations, optimal terms for successful closing, identification of consolidation and divestiture opportunities.


“We also offer objective and unbiased advisory services, aid clients in accessing debt finance from the capital market through various long-term debt instruments, act as arrangers of government and municipal bonds, as well as provide advisory on debt restructuring to ease repayment and improve clients liquidity,” he said.



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