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i-invest advises on treasury bills, stocks

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Economic trends and the future of the Nigerian investment landscape were the talking points at an investment programme held by a digital investment platform, i-invest, to commemorate its fifth anniversary.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, i-invest said that the event focused on examining the nation’s economic climate, political shifts’ influence on financial investment policies, and practical steps for informed investment decisions in 2023 and beyond.

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Speaking at the conference, a financial analyst and Founder of Nairametrics, Ugo Obi-Chukwu, shed light on President Bola Tinubu’s administration’s policy changes and their anticipated effects on finances.

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He also offered practical guidance on navigating the developments and making intelligent investment choices.

Another speaker, Muktar Mohammed, creator of Finance with Muktar, presented an insightful session on ‘Navigating the Equities Market in 2023.’

Chief Operating Officer of i-invest, Tobi Olusoga, reflecting on the milestone during the investment mixer, emphasised the platform’s ongoing mission to provide secure investment access and promote financial growth for all.

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“Our fifth anniversary is a moment of celebration and reflection for i-invest. Through this conference, we aim to better equip our investors for the opportunities and challenges ahead, empowering them to make informed investment decisions and secure their financial future.

“At i-invest, our unwavering commitment is to ensure that every Nigerian, regardless of their economic background, can access secure investment opportunities through our user-friendly, transparent, and safe platform. Over the past five years, we have dedicated ourselves to listing a diverse range of profitable financial instruments from the Nigerian financial markets, including FGN Treasury bills, stocks, commercial papers, fixed deposits, and more.

“As pioneers in the Nigerian investment landscape, we strive to cultivate a financially empowered community by providing essential educational tools and resources for sustainable financial growth while empowering Nigerians on their journey towards achieving true financial independence.” She concluded.

Punch

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