Alpha Morgan Capital Advisory Partner Limited has been licenced by the Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to operate as an Issuing House in the nation’s capital market, in its letter dated April 3, 2018.
According to the company, its emergence was at a time when the capital market needed innovation to deepen activities and become an enabler of economic development.
The Group Managing Director of Alpha Morgan Capital, Ade Buraimo, said: “I am confident that with the variety and depth of skills, experience and commitment possessed by Alpha Morgan Capital, the Nigerian Capital market is set to witness a positive revolution.”
He expressed the Group’s satisfaction over the licence, which has made Alpha Morgan a full-fledged investment banking institution, engaging in wealth management, portfolio and funds management, Issuing House, financial advisory and underwriting.
Buraimo also announced the appointment of George Imade as the Managing Director of Alpha Morgan Capital Advisory Partners Limited.
Imade has over two decades of investment banking experience, which include debt and equity capital raising and prior to his appointment, is the Executive Director, Investment Banking in the Alpha Morgan Group, as well as Associate Director at Planet Capital.
He was the Acting Managing Director of Wema Asset Management Limited and also worked in the Capital Markets Group of Afribank International Limited (Merchant Bankers), Investment Banking Group of Diamond Bank Plc and Oceanic Capital Company Limited.
He has Master’s degrees in Business Administration and Managerial Psychology from the University of Benin and University of Ibadan respectively.
Also, he is an Associate of Chartered Institute of Stock Brokers and a registered capital market operator with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as well as a Dealing Clerk of the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
Imade has attended a number of developmental courses within and outside the country including Euro Money Training on Securitization, Corporate Finance, amongst others.
The Guardian Newspaper June 27th, 2018