Nigerian companies raise N246.28 billion from corporate bonds in 6 months.

Six Nigerian companies issued corporate bonds worth N246.28 billion in order to improve their balance sheet and scale up their operations during the half-year ended June 30, 2022.

Nairametrics tracks major deals consummated in the Nigerian corporate scenes with emphasis on companies that have their major operations in the country or with significant interest in Nigeria.

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Below is a compilation of deals announced during the half-year. The information was sourced from news reports, press releases amongst other reliable sources.

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