Lagos, Nigeria – Thursday, November 12, 2020: For the second year in a row, Zedcap Partners Limited (ZPL), the leading and largest interdealer brokerage firm in Nigeria, emerged as the FMDQ Gold Award winner for the Best Brokerage Service Firm in the country.
The 2020 FMDQ Gold Award for Best Brokerage Service goes to the brokerage firm with the most satisfied clients, voted by Members of the FMDQ Securities Exchange as providing the most exemplary brokerage service. The winners of this year’s award were announced on the official awards website of FMDQ on Friday, November 6th 2020.
Speaking on the Award, Oluseyi Akinbi, the Managing Director of Zedcap Partners, said the accolade which the company bagged for the second consecutive year is a validation of its commitment to delivering best-in-class service experience to its dealer partners.
“We are continually striving for ways to improve everything that we do. Today, we have an exclusive partnership with GFI South Africa (Pty) Limited (a part of the BGC Group) to increase foreign participation in the Nigerian Capital Markets. We have also expanded our coverage of the Eurobond markets by onboarding with over 35 offshore banks, asset managers and brokers to bring best pricing and execution to our local institutional clients.
As you know, this award recognises the hard work that goes on behind the scenes in bringing the World to Nigeria and also taking Nigeria to the World. Zedcap thanks FMDQ for this recognition.
”On behalf of the management, I would like to dedicate this award to all members of our teams for their focus and determination. This will motivate us all to do more”, he said.
FMDQ is Africa’s first vertically integrated financial market infrastructure (FMI) group, strategically positioned to provide seamless execution, clearing and settlement of financial market transactions across the debt capital, foreign exchange and derivatives markets, through the FMDQ Entities – FMDQ Securities Exchange, FMDQ Clear Limited and FMDQ Depository Limited – towards transforming the Nigerian financial markets through its “GOLD” (Global Competitiveness, Operational Excellence, Liquidity and Diversity) Agenda.