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EXPO 2020 DUBAI: Fifth Intel Capital Wins Bid To Manage 30 Unit Short-let Apartments

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The Fifth Intel Capital company has won the bid to manage a 30-unit short-let apartment at the Dubai Expo 2020.

According to McKelvin Jude Oseh, the managing partner at Fifth Intel Capital “, this is a testament of resilience, sacrifice, and hard work”.

The bid has been on for over 3years, while some of the properties were still under development but scheduled for completion in 2020, to accommodate exhibitors and tourists during and post-Dubai Expo 2020 now 2021, due to Covid-19 pandemic; it was projected to increase access to affordable accommodation and presents new rental options to housing needs within the region, a project led by most of the foremost Real Estate developers in the UAE.

While Fifth Intel Capital’s consideration came as a surprise, they had to prove their competence by going through with the process, knowing the controversial narratives displayed towards Nigerians; biding for an International portfolio and asset management was quite challenging.

Fifth Intel Capital emergence was influenced by their deployment of new technology to unify multiple property management, in-depth marketing and communications skill, multicultural orientation, and employment model, one of which is ‘absorbing 90% of local workforce’ an approach Jude said to be “sustainable in strengthening business relations between both countries, contributing to creating jobs will increase opportunities for everyone”, a strategy the UAE government is amplifying efforts and investing towards with over $6.5billion plan to get more Emiratis into the private sector; a critical intervention more than ever, as the UAE host the world’s greatest show with 25million expected visits over the course of six months and up to 200 Nations bringing innovations to address global challenges and ultimately create a better world with the finest examples of human abilities.

Choosing Dubai as a destination to lead 75% of Fifth Intel Capital’s Real Estate investment, has presented the company with huge opportunities that everyone can benefit from, either by acquiring residential and commercial properties, or investing in assets that guarantee returns, as the company now have access to all the options and will continue to lead interested investors to make the right decision in a new territory.

While Fifth Intel appreciates everyone, who has helped thus far and to their partners in whom they are grateful for their support, this is proof of more businesses and opportunities ahead to broadening the horizon for a new generation to thrive; the world is indeed a global village and technology has brought us closer to achieve more together.

 

 

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PSL Capital Limited Announces Rebranding, Changes Name To Parthian Securities Limited

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PSL Capital Limited, a leading indigenous broker/dealer firm, has completed a strategic rebranding effort as part of its accelerated company growth and renewal of its corporate vision. At the core of the rebrand is a change of the company name to Parthian Securities Limited and an update to the corporate logo and domain name (parthiansecuritiesng.com)

Over the past 5 years, Parthian Securities Limited has cemented its status as a market leader for securities trading in Nigeria and across Africa. It has experienced 30%+ YTD growth in client acquisition, tallying 1,100 customers across the country. This growth reflects the increasing recognition of individuals and companies that Parthian Securities Limited offers an easy and convenient platform for real-time trading of securities.

The rebranding is part of the organization’s strategy to evolve its business and create a platform for new opportunities. Despite the name change, the corporate philosophy remains the same as the company looks to invest in new and innovative ways to bring the financial markets closer to participants in the Nigerian Capital Market.

“Over the past nine years, we’ve built a strong reputation for innovation and excellence,” said Oluseye Olusoga, Group Managing Director, Parthian Partners Limited. “We want to leverage on the strong brand name that is Parthian and ensure that all subsidiaries under the group identify under a uniform brand name. While we wanted to reflect our work in the new naming accurately, we also wanted to properly market the organization in pursuit of new opportunities for future growth and expansion.”

In all, the renaming embodies an organization reinventing itself but is still very committed to its roots. The new identity builds upon its history of innovation and excellent service delivery and opens doors to the future.

Commenting, the Acting Managing Director, Parthian Securities Limited, Mr Ogunwale Kehinde, said: “We are excited about this change, and it marks a strategic pivot in our future direction as a business. While we remain committed to offering outstanding services to our amazing clientele, there is tremendous potential to grow, and this our new branding positions us to take full advantage of those opportunities.”

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TheFLEA Conference & Awards set to spotlight sustainable development in Nigeria

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Freelanews has announced the maiden edition of her leadership and entrepreneurship awards, tagged TheFLEA Awards.

The publisher of Freelanews and founder of the award, Victor Ojelabi, while briefing the press in Lagos, hinged the motive behind the establishment of the award on the exigent need for national resurgence.

According to him, “Nigeria cannot properly develop if we continue to build on sociopolitical expediencies – run reactional government and businesses, pilot the affairs of our nation on the impulse of solving the most popular social or economic problem with short-term agendas and immediate gain motivation.”

He further explained that there is a need to be deliberate, holistic, and strategic in our planning as a nation; set a long-term focus on sustainable development, mirror how every element of our nationhood can interact efficiently in our policymaking.

“Leaders across the board must adopt a paradigm that focuses on the big picture such that our immense human and material resources can be maximized,” Ojelabi explained.

He summed that Freelanews will be using all its platforms and network of top media platforms in the country to enlist, review and honour individuals, groups, brands, and organizations with the prestigious TheFLEA Awards, to encourage the courage and dedication in the practice of future-oriented lifestyles or operations.

Uniquely, TheFLEA Awards are given to those leaders championing thoughts, causes, and operations that will have an evidential impact on the nation in the future.

The maiden edition of the TheFLEA Conference and Awards is planned to be an exclusive gathering of Nigeria’s top political and business leaders spanning key economic sectors and is scheduled to hold at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos on the 30th of November, 2021.

“Every awardee’s activity is projected for the next ten years and expected impacts are extrapolated through our robust modeling algorithm. The pluralist model was adopted instead of the usual nomination-election model to identify the most appropriate winner in each of the twenty (20) carefully crafted categories,” he concluded.

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FG Makes COVID-19 Vaccination Compulsory For Civil Servants

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The federal government has mandated civil servants to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Boss Mustapha, secretary to the government of the federation (SGF), said workers who fail to get vaccinated will be barred from entering their places of work.

Mustapha, who is also the chairman of the presidential steering committee (PSC) on COVID-19, announced this at a briefing on Wednesday.

He said starting from December 1, workers who do not show proof of vaccination and or a negative COVID-19 result will be barred from government offices.

“With effect from 1st December 2021, federal government employees shall be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result done within 72 hours, to gain access to their offices, in all locations within Nigeria and our Missions. An appropriate service-wide advisory/circular will be issued to guide the process,” he said.

According to the SGF, testing statistics generated over the last four weeks have shown that the infection rate is going down in some states, while in others, the trajectory is upward.

He said the restrictions placed on travellers coming into Nigeria from South Africa, Turkey, and Brazil have been eased.

“The honorable minister of aviation today presented the position of African countries on vaccine passport which some economic blocks and countries wish to impose, for travel purposes,” he said.

“This is because African countries have found it difficult to access the vaccines for their citizens in sufficient number.

“Over several months, four countries were placed on high-level restriction for travelers from such countries. The PSC has after a review of the developments in these countries, decided to remove South Africa, Turkey, and Brazil from the restricted list.

“As you are aware, the UK has eased restrictions on fully vaccinated travelers from Nigeria to the UK with effect from 11th October.”

He said the PSC will continue to review Nigeria’s protocols based on global developments, science, and national experience.

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