Group Takes Investment Campaign to Imo …Woos Potential Investors

Group Takes Investment Campaign to Imo …Woos Potential Investors

Victor Nwachukwu

Pennywise Wealth Management, an investment management firm, has called on investors to take advantage of its investment opportunities in the State.

The group’s Head of Communication in Imo State, Mr Chinedu Nwaonuma, made the call while addressing newsmen during a public sensitisation road walk organised by members of the group in Owerri on Wednesday.

Nwaonuma who described the group’s investment potentials as a square peg in a square hole, added that the opportunity could not have come at a better time.

He explained that the road walk was to inform Imo citizens of the group’s presence in the state, as well as create awareness of its upcoming activities.

Nwaonuma told Imo residents to rise to the challenges presented by the increasing spate of unemployment in the country through purposeful investments, saying people in other parts of the country are already benefiting from the platform.

According to the group, “We are a global investment management firm with

a wide range of financial services and diversified client base.

“Financial institutions, corporations and individuals in Portharcourt, Lagos and Abuja are already benefiting from our services and we are by this means sensitising the Imo populace.

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“We are committed to helping to solving the problem of unemployment in the country, hence our reason for organising this road show and a workshop that will hold at City Chef Hotel, here in Owerri on Saturday, February 22, 2020” he maintained.

Also, speaking on the theme of the campaign “Protect Your Family, Invest for Your Future”, the group’s Head of Programs in Imo State, Mrs Rita Ezebube, hinted that the investment opportunity was not limited to job seekers.

She stressed that employed persons who wish for an extra source of income could also invest through the platform, noting that the group was using digital technology to ease any form of physical stress which could be associated with investment management.

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