Alpha Morgan Launches Securing Wealth Across Generations

SAN FRANCISCO, February 08, (THEWILL) – Alpha Morgan Capitals Limited has launched a radio campaign, ‘Securing Wealth across Generations,’ to bridge that gap and help wealthy families secure their wealth across generations.

According to Ade Buraimo, Managing Director, the launch of the campaign gives an opportunity for Nigerian families to secure wealth like the Rockefeller family which is a prominent example of a successful multigenerational family.

“One of the ways to secure wealth across generations is to invest in stable assets of low volatility and risks that attract regular appreciation and sustainable cash flows,” Buraimo, who is a former managing director of GTBank Sierra Leone, said.

“Securing Wealth across Generations’ is reflective of Alpha Morgan Capital’s unflinching commitment to customers and its resolve to help them sustain generational growth in wealth so they can have peace of mind to devote attention to other things that matter in life.”

“Alpha Morgan has shareholders’ fund of N300 million and currently working on floating funds totalling $125 million. The funds are a hybrid of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) focusing on the real estate and education sector.”

“The campaign demonstrates market presence and establishes Alpha Morgan’s capabilities in wealth management, mutual funds, investment banking, advisory and alternative assets.”

According to Buraimo, Alpha Morgan Capital’s ‘Securing Wealth across Generation’ campaign will air weekdays, in the morning and evening belts on radio stations – Inspiration FM, Nigeria Info and Classic FM.

He also stated that the new campaign “expresses our institution’s resolve to provide customers with a unique opportunity to put their funds in a reputable investment bank run by a mix of highly experienced investment bankers driven by professionalism.

In addition to the REITs, it is also working on a N1 billion “Alpha Morgan Balanced Fund, which is an open-ended mutual fund,” he said.

Story by David Oputah

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