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Leadway Capital & Trusts Targets Leadership Position in Trusteeship Industry

L-R: Risk and Compliance Officer, Leadway Capital and Trusts Limited (LCT), Oluwakemi Jenyo; Head, Business Development (LCT), Funmi Dosunmo-Ayoola; Head, Corporate Services, Leadway Holdings, Aishat Bello-Garuba; Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer (LCT), Ayodeji Wuraola; Team Lead, Trusts Services (LCT), Aisha Navi-Ogene and Head, Trusts Services (LCT), Oliver Obi at the Strategic Media Parley for Leadway Capital and Trusts Limited in Lagos.

Leadway Capital & Trusts Limited is set to play a leadership role in trusteeship business in Nigeria through a plethora of market-friendly initiatives and services.

Mr. Ayodeji Wuraola, the Managing Director/CEO of Leadway Capital & Trusts Limited said at a strategic media engagement in Lagos that the company has plans for a better society in Nigeria through its various programs for individual and corporate clients in Nigeria and for Nigerians in the Diaspora.

Wuraola listed such programs as investment in digital customer experience, focus on the youth population in Nigeria, development of retail products that attend to the mass market, creation of products that technology and venture capital companies have need for and to curate rising Diaspora population with valuable home ties via products and services tailored to their unique needs.

The Leadway Capital CEO said the company currently occupies a comfortable mid-tier position in the trusteeship industry and is gunning for more in the foreseeable future.

In her opening remarks, Aishat Bello-Garuba, the Head, Corporate Services at Leadway Holdings, said the Holdings has become a dependable bridge between the company and the general public.

She added that Leadway Holdings has morphed effectively into a strong non-bank financial services provider in Nigeria, providing individual and corporate customers with value-adding services across the board.

One of the key services of Leadway Capital & Trusts Limited is in the area of Will writing. The company encouraged Nigerians to consider writing their Wills once they reach the age of adulthood to avoid disputes when death occurs in the family.

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