By Bisi Bamishe
Leadway Capital & Trusts Limited is set to play a leadership role in trusteeship business in Nigeria through market-friendly products and services.
The Managing Director/CEO of Leadway Capital & Trusts Limited, Ayodeji Wuraola disclosed this at a strategic media engagement in Lagos.
According to him, the company currently occupies a comfortable mid-tier position in the trusteeship industry and is gunning for more in the foreseeable future.
Wuraola said, “We are confident that there is a future in what we do. Areas not much covered before now will get attention – entrepreneurs, women and the youth. We will become a market leader in no sooner future”.
According to him, Leadway Capital & Trusts Limited, has concluded plans to offer attractive products suitable for individuals and corporate clients in Nigeria and for Nigerians in the Diaspora.
He 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.
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.
The company has a team of well trained and experienced staff, who enjoy constant training, high level of team work and hold each other in high esteemed.
According to her, Leadway Capital & Trusts has a large customer base, brand integrity and is visible. Its unique selling point is the fact that the company has good reputation for customer reliability.
One of the key services of Leadway Capital & Trusts Limited is in the area of Will writing. The three major Will offered by the company are; – RSA Will, which takes care of only Retirement Savings Account and other benefits; i Will Plus which takes care of the balance in RSA, shares and iWill Extra which takes care of all assets.
Noting that writing Will is not a death sentence as believed by most Nigerians, the company said it is advisable to consider writing Will once one reach the age of adulthood.