Stanbic IBTC Stockbrokers emerges 2015 ‘Best Dealing Member Firm’

Stanbic-ibtcStanbic IBTC Stockbrokers Limited a member of Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc, has emerged the 2015 ‘Best Dealing Member Firm’ on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) at the 2015 NSE CEO Awards.

At the event, held recently in Lagos, the firm was commended for a high performance culture that has enabled it to maintain its leadership position in the nation’s capital market over the years.

The Chief Executive, Stanbic IBTC Stockbrokers Limited, Oladele Sotubo explained that the award reflect its consistent performance over the years, as well as robust strategy to set clear values, objectives and processes to ensure that investors derive optimal value from their investments.

“We are delighted to be recognised for our efforts and credible performances in the Nigerian capital market. The award reflects our strong commitment to consistently deliver relevant, innovative and timely solutions to our ever-growing local and foreign clientele,” Sotubo stated.

He assured that the company would continuously introduce initiatives and strategies would enable stakeholders, especially investors to be better informed about developments in the capital market, which will help them in making informed investment decisions.

He explained that the company was selected based on its outstanding position in the market, part of which involved transactions in the most capitalised stocks, adding that the firm would continue to leverage the local and global expertise of the Standard Bank Group in optimising value to clients.

Stanbic IBTC Stockbrokers Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Stanbic IBTC Holdings Plc, a member of Standard Bank Group, a full-servicefinancial services group with a clear focus on three main business pillars – Corporate and Investment Banking, Personal and Business Banking and Wealth Management.

Standard Bank Group, to which Stanbic IBTC Holdings belongs, is the largest African bank by assets and market capitalisation. It is rooted in Africa with strategic representation in 20 countries on the African continent, including South Africa.



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