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Coleman Cables Signs N50 Billion Partnership With SEC

Coleman Wires and Cables, West Africa’s largest cable manufacturer, has signed N50 billion bond with Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Its Managing Director, Mr George Onafowokan, at the signing ceremony held in Lagos , said that the bond was fundamental to giving an option of the company’s portfolio of funding.

“When we looked at all the other options, going through this methodology on finance is also better for our portfolio on financial mix.

“Also, the way you get your average cost down is by trying to get a different set of portfolios of financial mix and instruments.

“So going the direction of the bond, getting rated, getting issued analysis and advisory companies together was a key fundamental to giving us an option on our portfolio of funding, ” he said.

Onafowokan said that the company had commenced production of some major cables including marine and transmission cables which enabled it break barrier in terms of importation of cables.

He said that the company had acquired the technology and capabilities to manufacture various cables that were previously imported with huge foreign currencies.

According to him, Coleman has looked at the business, holistically and wants to fill the gaps in Nigeria, West Africa and the entire African continent.

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Source: Nation

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