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Rand Merchant Bank gets awards

Rand Merchant Bank

Rand Merchant Bank Nigeria Limited has been honoured with three different awards at the Banks and Other Financial Institutions Awards for its standard and excellence in the banking sector.

The BAFI Awards are regarded as the industry standard for banks and other financial services excellence in Nigeria.

A statement said it won the Merchant Bank of the Year Award, which it has now won for a fifth consecutive year; Debt House of the Year Award for the fourth consecutive year; and Corporate Finance Advisor of the Year for the second consecutive year.

While reflecting on the award, the Chief Executive Officer of Rand Merchant Bank Nigeria Limited, Dalu Ajene,  said, “Awards are always important markers for assessing the impact of delivering on strategy, supporting our clients, and creating sustainable value for our stakeholders.

“We are tremendously honoured to be the leading merchant bank in the Nigerian financial industry. The awards are a testament to the excellent service and innovative solutions we deliver to our trusted clients.”

He added that “RMB Nigeria was recently recognised at the Association of Issuing Houses of Nigeria Awards ceremony within the M&A category as the Best M & A House and M & A Deal of the Year.

“We won the M&A Deal of the Year 2021 for Dolidol’s 100 per cent acquisition of Mouka Limited. In addition to the M & A Deal of the Year, RMB Nigeria won the award for Best M&A House.

“I am particularly proud of the team we have at RMB Nigeria that always demonstrates differentiated solutionist thinking and deep care in all engagements with our clients.

“We are proud of our successes, and we will continue to strive to be a committed partner to our clients and the industry at large.”

The Publisher and Chief Executive Officer, Business Day, Frank Aigbogun, said “These nominations are a testament to RMBN’s investment banking strategy, robust balance sheet, global distribution network, ability to attract the right talent, and staying on top of its game through changing economic cycles.”

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