Integrated Trust & Investments Limited (“ITI”) was incorporated on 25th September 1990 with the object of rendering investments advisory and financial intermediation services to the business community and commenced active operations in February 1991.
In 1993 the Company was licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria to operate as a Finance Company and by the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) to operate as a Broker/Dealer, Portfolio Manager and Issuing House.
The successes recorded in our activities led to the Company’s admission as a Dealing Member of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (“NSE”) in 1994.
Buying and selling of shares on behalf of clients, on the floor of The Nigerian Stock Exchange is a core activity of ITI. We offer advice to clients concerning stocks,dividends, bonus shares and other related issues.
FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES
Capital Restructuring, Long term finance, expansion of capital base, monitoring of company shares, mergers, acquisitions,divestment and privatization of government owned enterprises, etc.
We are well placed to assist corporate bodies in raising equity and loan capital through private placement and public offer. This service is offered by ITI to include underwriting and shares placement.
PORTFOLIO AND FUND MANAGEMENT
ITI has the expertise to manage clients funds to achieve a high rate of return while at the same time ensuring the security of investments. This is available to both individual and corporate clients.
Loans and Advances for projects and transactions, financing of LPOs, etc are available at reasonable terms and conditions. Commercial papers and Loan syndication services are also available.
TREASURY BILLS & CERTIFICATE TRADING
As a dealer in Treasury Bills registered by the CBN, we are also in a position to buy and sell Treasury Bills and other gilt-edged securities on behalf of clients.
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