What is the best employee monitoring software for Nigerian Businesses in 2020?

by Ope on March 30th, 2020

filed under News

The best employee monitoring software for 2020 is ActivTrak. It lets businesses track the worked hours of their employees precisely. They get access to crucial details like daily employee time use, absences and lates, along with multiple report types to gain insight into employee performance and worktime integrity.

Employee monitoring is not a new trend in the business industry. The approach to monitoring employees, however, has changed over the years. With technological innovation coming to replace the traditional and literal keeping-an-eye methodology, catching up with the times and knowing what is best for your business is necessary if you want to maximize your employees’ productivity.

In this article, we will give you our list of 20 best employee monitoring software for 2020 based on their feature sets, usability, and overall intuitiveness, among others. Because we know that business organizations and individual users have different needs and requirements, we’ve included the important aspects of each employee monitoring software and how they can work to your advantage.

employee monitoring software

Best Employee Monitoring Software of 2020

ActivTrak
DeskTime


It is easy to say that distracted employees are among the biggest reasons why employee monitoring has been implemented. While this is not completely false, it is not the whole truth, either. Monitoring employees to the point of keeping them under the microscope and tracking every activity they engage in inside the workplace is also an employer’s way of protecting his/her assets.

A Forbes article identifies two types of employees that business owners keep an eye on—“time thieves” or employees who use work hours for leisure, and “data thieves” or employees who illegally access critical information that can compromise the entire business organization. While the latter is a far more serious violation with serious consequences, both are bad for the business. Thus, more and more business owners resort to the use of monitoring software. In fact, 90% of companies today monitor employee activities using one or more methods.

Time Spent on Non-Work Related Tasks per Week
39%
One hour or less
29%
Up to 2 hours
21%
Up to 5 hours
3%
10 or more hours
Source: Salary.com

The market for employee monitoring technology is thriving with a vast option of software that fulfills a wide range of functions from attendance tracking, payroll integration, to detecting potential fraudulent activities by monitoring key logs. Some employee monitoring and time tracking tools are built into project management software systems and, because of their core function, are often offered as add-ons for HR software solutions.

However, most of these monitoring tools are standalone solutions that can integrate with external applications, such as accounting software platforms, online storage services, and collaboration software tools, among others. This capability extends the functionality of the tracking software and gives you the flexibility of making it work with other apps you currently use.

Different businesses have different requirements, and with the incredible number of monitoring software solutions currently being offered as “the best,” we narrow them down to the 20 best employee monitoring software for 2020.

  1. ActivTrak

An employee monitoring software that provides employee behavior analytics, ActivTrak operates in stealth mode depending on the configurations you set before deploying it in your employees’ computers. With your employees clueless that they are being monitored, you will get a more accurate picture of how they spend their working hours.

Aside from monitoring, ActivTrak is also equipped with tools that let you enforce compliance with company rules and regulations. Triggers can be set to automatically block access to forbidden websites, files, and applications so your employees can focus on their tasks without these distractions. You also protect your company’s system from malicious threats.

Detailed ActivTrak Review

You can launch ActivTrak on the web or in your Windows, Linux, and Mac OS computer. The software has a mobile application compatible with both Android and iOS devices. ActivTrak also integrates with Slack, Basecamp, Github, Tableau, Quickbooks, Zapier, Jira, and more via Webhooks or Raw SQL Data. You can get ActivTrak for free, but if you would like to request pricing for custom plans, you need to contact the vendor.

DeskTime
Aside from monitoring employees, this tracking application also ensures that all projects are progressing down the right track and do not go over the set budget in real-time. You are also assured that employees are working the entire time while taking necessary breaks.

DeskTime has tracking capabilities that allow companies to optimize productivity by monitoring desktop activities and allowing their employees timed breaks by activating the built-in Pomodoro timer. This application also ensures that there will be no shortage of manpower with the help of DeskTime Leave Calendar. This calendar is viewable to everyone, so both managers and their staff can coordinate time-offs to make sure that there are enough employees to get the tasks done and finish the project on time.

Communicating with your team is also made easier using the contact information saved on the employee’s DeskTime profile. With DeskTime’s billing feature, you can set your team’s hourly rates and automatically determine how much a project will cost and how much to charge your clients. Third-party integration is also not an issue with applications like Asana, Zapier, Basecamp, Google Calendar, and more. DeskTime is completely free if you opt for the Lite version. DeskTime Pro, on the other hand, starts at $7 a month for one user.

A wonderful 2010 to y’all

by Ope on January 1st, 2010

filed under News

Today marks the first day of the year 2010, so many resolutions. However, it takes courage, determination, action and so many other doing verbs to translate resolutions to realisations.

Resolutions to Realisations

Resolutions:

Better Life filled with Happiness

measured by:

better grip on business activities

more active opeosho.com

launch of Nigeria’s prime wagering platform naijabet

confirmation as an Investment Banker

Strategic political affiliations

Re-engineering of kreativhost.com

Increased philanthropic activities

measured by:

increased beneficiaries of my knowledge dissemination sessions

regular gifts to all around me

Better self image

simply known as Ope Osho

life changing partnerships

clear all outstanding obligations

…..Resolutions to Realisations,….more to come

New Look at Success and Failure

by Ope on October 2nd, 2009

filed under Make Money, News

I found this interesting article by Richard Fenton, and i knew i had to share it. It has not only helped me in better understanding failure, it has helped me in truly overcoming procrastination. i hope you find it useful.

5 Secrets of Turning Failure Into Success

1) Change your mental model of “success” and “failure”.
Most people operate with the following mental model:
SUCCESS <== <== YOU ==> ==> FAILURE
They see themselves in the middle, with success on one end and failure on the other. They do everything they can to move toward success and away from failure. But, what if the model were reconfigured?
YOU ==> ==> FAILURE ==> ==> SUCCESS
What if, rather than seeing failure as something to be avoided it became a “stepping-stone” on the path to success? In other words: Success is the destination. Failure is how you get there. To achieve significant success in today’s world, failure is not just a possibility.it is a requirement. We must see success and failure for what they truly are: not opposites, but opposite sides of the same coin.

2) Intentionally increase your failure rate
If it’s true that the more we fail, the more we succeed (and it is), then the immediate goal should be to intentionally increase your failure rate! Yes, this is a counter-intuitive, reverse thinking philosophy. but it works! In this way, we are succeeding even when we fail (as illustrated by this interaction between a student and Zen Master):
Student: Master, if one attempts to fail and succeeds, is he a failure or a success?
Master: Yes! Exactly!
Intentionally increasing failure is the basis for the "Go for No" concept. "Go for No" means the more people that tell you "no" the closer you will get to ultimate success – or in other words, "yes." Most people, if they actually counted the number of times they hear “no” during a typical day or week (which we recommend they do) would be shocked to see how low the number actually is. We recommend that to create a greater “NO-awareness” carrying a small pocket counter or note pad to track their noes.

3) Set “No” goals
Everyone sets success goals; few people set no goal. And that is what we suggest. But how about setting goals for the number of times we fail? For example, rather than a salesperson setting the goal of having 2 prospects say “yes” to them, they set the goal of being turned down (hearing “no”) 10 times. Imagine the first two prospects they called on said, “Yes!” Rather than being done (having hit their “yes” goal) they’d actually be behind because they still have 10 noes to go!
The other exciting aspect of this strategy is how it keeps people “in the game” when they’re “hot!” If all you have is yes goals and you slow down (or quit) when you’re successful, then the hot streak ends. But if you keep going when the yeses of life are falling at your feet, the sky is the limit!

4) Celebrate your failures, not just your successes.
It’s natural to be excited about our successes and to celebrate them, to give ourselves a reward or even throw a party. But, if the key to success is to increase our failures, then it only makes sense to celebrate our set backs as well. Yes, you heard right: if someone turns you down, celebrate it! When’s the last time you rewarded yourself for failing? Probably never! Instead of mentally punishing yourself for not succeeding, what if you bought yourself an ice cream cone and said, “I’m one step closer to success!” Maybe failure would stop having the negative hold it has on your thoughts and emotions.

5) See courage as a “muscle”
If failure is vehicle that that can take you to success, then courage is the fuel! Most people, however, think that courage is something you’ve either got or you don’t; they don’t see it as a skill that can be developed and process to be mastered. But that’s exactly what it is. Courage is a muscle. And, like any muscle, it must be exercised to be developed and strengthened. As the saying goes: Use it, or lose it. It’s no different with courage. You use and develop your “courage muscle” by looking fear in the eye and taking action anyway. Every time you take action, the courage muscle gets stronger; every time you fail to take action, it atrophies a little. And before you know it your courage is gone.
But It doesn’t have to be that way. All the courage you could ever want or need to achieve every goal you have is already in you, just waiting for you to take action.

So, change your mental models, intentionally increase your failure rate, set “no” goals, celebrate your failures and see courage as a muscle, and you will significantly increase your success rate within a very short period. Do come back to drop a comment or two, on how this article has spurred you to action and helped you in achieving more successes.

Fixed Odds and Spread Betting explained

by Ope on September 28th, 2009

filed under Capital Market, Make Money, News

As the name suggests, fixed odds betting is ‘fixed’ – you will always know before you place the bet the possible outcomes, and how much you stand to win or lose. Spread betting is very different – you may lose a lot, win a lot, or win or lose a little depending on how accurate your prediction is, it is a case of the more correct you are, the more you win, and the more wrong your prediction is, the more you loose.

Our everyday bets are a good example of Fixed Odds betting e.g. you enter into a bet with a friend that he cannot finish 2 bottles of fanta at a go,  if he does, you’ld pay him N1,000 but if he fails he gets to pay you N500. For this example, your odds are fixed at N1,000 which is the amount you stand to loose in the event that you friend wins the bet (it cannot be greater).

However, a Spread Betting version of the above example would be if you promise to pay your friend N300 for every Bottle of fanta he succeeds in finishing after the second bottle. What this means is that the more bottles of fanta your friend downs after the second bottle, the more N300 you would have to pay him. So if your friend succeeds in finishing 6 bottles then you would have to cough-out N1,200 being payment for the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th bottles.

Spread betting is common place in financial markets but it is increasingly being adopted in sports betting markets too, and carries the potential for much greater rewards, but also involves larger risk than fixed odds betting. The increasingly popular “Online Forex Trading” is a form of Spread Betting. Where you get paid for successfully predicting the direction of the market (currency pairs), such that the more correct you are, the more money you make, however the flip side is where the real risk resides.

There are several ways in which fixed odds may be presented, two of which are most common in sports betting. Odds such as 4/1, called fractional odds, imply that for every one unit staked, four units in addition to the one staked will be returned if the bet wins. Another form of presenting the odds is in decimal format which is more straight forward e.g. 3.52, implies that for every one naira u get three naira fifty-two kobo if your bet wins, so winnings equals Stake multiplied by Odds. If you bet N200 on an event with odds of 2.75, if your prediction is correct, you get N550 (N200 * 2.75) however if you prediction is wrong then you loose your Stake of N200.

There are definite advantages that fixed odds betting possesses over spread betting and vice-versa involving risks and potential earnings. Betting casually is best done at fixed odds, whilst spread betting professionals take preference to the high-risk, but high-reward, alternative.

Avoid Analysis Paralysis

by Ope on September 23rd, 2009

filed under Blogging Tips, Make Money, News

How many times have you been in a planning meeting that seemed to be going very well…but in the end, never amounted to anything?

Chances are you’ve been caught up in analysis paralysis. In other words, good ideas have been presented, but by the time enough people consider and reconsider the situation, it seems more complex, or not as great an idea as you originally thought. Or, in most cases, a conclusion about how to act is never reached.

But, guess what? There is such as thing as “over-thinking.” In sports, analysis paralysis might keep an athlete from reacting quickly enough. In politics, analysis paralysis might cause a simple issue to be debated for years. And, in business, analysis paralysis can keep business owners from moving forward in some pretty amazing opportunities! To avoid analysis paralysis:

  • Quickly jot down the pros and cons of an idea.
  • Make a decision (If an entire group is deciding-take a vote.)
  • Write out the steps required to follow through.
  • Assign the steps.
  • Follow through.

You didn’t become an entrepreneur to become a hesitant decision maker. By following these steps, you will make good, well informed decisions. Some will work out and some won’t. But, at least you won’t miss out on BIG opportunities!

If you find it difficult to be a decisive person, remember this, “The success is not in the decision you make; the success is in HOW you deal with the decision you make.” Make your decision and then go to work to make it the right decision.

Have you ever suffered from analysis paralysis? share your experience and how you overcame the situation.

Market Analysis for 25-08-09

by Ope on August 25th, 2009

filed under Capital Market, Make Money, News

About The Market Today 25/08/09

The Nigerian Stock Market made a surprise rebound yesterday and today as some discerning investors took advantage of low prices of bank and insurance stocks among others.

As anxiety and panic grew among investors, low demand weakened stock prices last week.

At the close of trading today, the All share index, which shows the direction of stocks prices rise by 2.33 percent to close at 22,984.14 from 22,460.08 points the previous day, while the Market capitalization appreciated by N120.13 billion or 2.33 percent.

Market patronage in terms of Volume of shares exchanged by investors drop by 311.64 million ordinary shares or 49.92 percent when compared with the position of last trading day. In essence, an aggregate of 312.65 million ordinary shares were traded in 5,606 deals today as against a volume of 624.29 million traded in 6,324 deals in the previous transaction.

Turnover by value was on the downswing like volume as it closed at N2.31 billion; N0.79 billion or 25.48 percent drop as against N3.10 billion worth of stocks traded in the previous trading day

Table 1

Market Statistics

Today

25/08/2009

Previous day

24/08/2009

%

Change

NSE All-

Share Index

22,984.14

22,460.08

2.33

Total

Deals

5,606

6,324

-11.35

Volume

Traded

(M)

312.65

624.29

-49.92

Value

Traded

(N’B)

2.31

3.10

-25.48

Turn

Over

Ratio %

0.06

0.12

-50.00%

Change Point

Mkt.

Capt.

(N’B)

5,268.70

5,148.57

2.33

Oando Plc lead the top gainers list again as the stock added N4.49 or 4.75 percent to its share price to close the market at N98.99 from its opening price of N94.50. Conoil Plc came second on the list, having gained N2.46 or 4.98 percent as it opened and closed the day at N49.35 and N51.81 respectively.

Table 2

Stock

Opening

Price

(N:K)

Closing

Price

(N:K)

Absolute Change

(N:K)

% rise

OANDO

94.50

98.99

+4.49

4.75

CONOIL

49.35

51.81

+2.46

4.98

BCC

32.92

34.56

+1.64

4.98

WAPCO

31.00

32.50

+1.50

4.84

FLOURMILL

19.45

20.42

+0.97

4.99

Figure 1

Top 5 Price Gainers

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On the losers’ chart, 7UP Plc lead the table for the day as the company share price declined by N1.60 or 5.00 percent to close the market at N30.40 per share, from it opening price of N32.00. Followed on the Chart was Guinness Plc that lost N1.50 or 1.06 percent to close the day at N139.50 per share.

Table 3

Stock

Opening

Price

(N:K)

Closing

Price

(N:K)

Absolute Change

(N:K)

% drop

7UP

32.00

30.40

-1.60

5.00

GUINNESS

141.00

139.50

-1.50

1.06

ETERNAOIL

16.85

16.01

-0.84

4.99

DNMEYER

8.07

7.67

-0.40

4.96

PORTPAINT

7.76

7.38

-0.38

4.90

Figure 2

Top 5 Price Losers

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Trading Activities (Sectors/Individuals)

The Banking sector emerges as the top traded Sector today in volume among the 30 listed sectors in the Nigeria Stock Exchange Floor. The sector recorded 145.57 million ordinary shares traded to control 46.53 percent of the aggregate volume of shares traded. The Insurance sector, with 59.25 million ordinary shares, traded trailed behind the Banking sector which represents 18.95 percent of the total volume traded.

Figure 3

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Fidelity Bank Plc emerges first as the most patronized stock for the day. Investors traded 24.24 million ordinary shares to controlled 16.66 percent of the aggregate volume traded in the Banking Sector and 7.75 percent of the entire market. First Bank Plc (7.75 million ordinary shares) emerged second position on the list.

Table 4

5 Most Traded Stocks by Volume

Stock

Price

(N: K)

Volume

(M)

FIDELITYBK

1.85

24.24

FIRSTBANK

13.99

18.73

ASOSAVINGS

0.79

17.91

PLATINUM

3.98

15.46

AIICO

0.91

15.37

Figure 4

5 Most traded Stocks by Volume

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Monetary Policy Rate: 6.00 %

Business News

Term of the day:

ABNORMAL RETURN:

A term used to describe the returns generated by a given security or portfolio over a period of time that is different from the expected rate of return

An abnormal return can be either a good or bad thing, as it is merely a summary of how the actual returns differ from the predicted return. For example, earning 30% in a mutual fund that is expected to average 10% per year would create a positive abnormal return of 20%. If, on the other hand, the actual return was 5%, this would generate a negative abnormal return of 5%.

Kreativ Host Seminar

by Ope on August 20th, 2009

filed under Blogging Tips, Job Openings, Make Money, News

Kreativ Host is organizing an enlightenment seminar on the basics of web hosting, maintenance and domain registration.

Emphasis would be on how you can use this knowledge to generate a steady source of income either on a full-time or part-time basis, for yourself or your small business.

Date is this Saturday, August 22, 2009 at 7, Akinhanmi Street, by AP filling Station (Empire Area) Ojuelegba, Surulere by 10 am.

Attendance is Free.

There are also part-time and full-time positions for the role of web master, Business Development and a Customer care/frontdesk executives to be filled.

Interviews would be conducted on the same day.

Please help spread the word.

Thanks.

Stock Market report for 19-08-2009

by Ope on August 19th, 2009

filed under Capital Market, Make Money, News

About The Market Today 19/08/09

The market capitalization of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) shed N138.46 billion yesterday as the removal of the executive managements of the five banks continued to reverberate at the stock market.

The capitalization of equities fell further by N138.46 billion to close lower at N5,176.11 billion, down from N5,314.57 billion the previous day.

There was little improvement in terms of price gainers as 17 stocks appreciated today compare to 12 stocks in the previous trading day.

Market patronage in terms of Volume of shares exchanged by investors drop by 201.95 million ordinary shares or 33.12 percent when compared with the position of yesterday. In essence, an aggregate of 407.82 million ordinary shares were traded in 5,481 deals today as against a volume of 609.77 million traded in 18,365 deals in the previous transaction.

Turnover by value was on the downswing like volume as it closed at N5,176.11 billion; N138.46 billion or 2.61 percent drop as against N5,314.57 billion worth of stocks traded in the previous trading day

Table 1

Market Statistics

Today

19/08/2009

Previous day

18/08/2009

%

Change

NSE All-

Share Index

22,580

23,184.25

-2.61

Total

Deals

5,481

18,365

-70.16

Volume

Traded

(M)

407.82

609.77

-33.12

Value

Traded

(N’B)

2.17

2.8

-22.50

Turn

Over

Ratio %

0.08

0.11

-27.27%

Change Point

Mkt.

Capt.

(N’B)

5,176.11

5,314.57

-2.61

Nestle Plc lead the top gainers list again as the stock added N7.00 or 3.54 percent to its share price to close the market at N198.00 from its opening price of N205.00. Glaxosmith Plc came second on the list, having gained N0.87 or 4.97 percent as it opened and closed the day at N17.51 and N18.38 respectively.

Table 2

Stock

Opening

Price

(N:K)

Closing

Price

(N:K)

Absolute Change

(N:K)

% rise

NESTLE

198.00

205.00

+7.00

3.54

GLAXOSMITH

17.51

18.38

+0.87

4.97

UNILEVER

16.85

17.69

+0.84

4.99

CCNN

8.13

8.53

+0.40

4.92

VITAFOAM

3.48

3.65

+0.17

4.89

Figure 1

Top 5 Price Gainers

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On the losers’ chart, Total Plc lead the table for the day as the company share price declined by N6.90 or 4.99 percent to close the market at N131.33 per share, from it opening price of N138.23. Followed on the Chart was Guinness Plc that lost N6.00 or 4.23 percent to close the day at N136.00 per share.

Table 3

Stock

Opening

Price

(N:K)

Closing

Price

(N:K)

Absolute Change

(N:K)

% drop

TOTAL

138.23

131.33

-6.90

-4.99

GUINNESS

142.00

136.00

-6.00

-4.23

MOBIL

114.00

108.30

-5.70

-5.00

SKYESHELT

95.19

90.44

-4.75

-4.99

OANDO

91.00

86.85

-4.15

-4.56

Figure 2

Top 5 Price Losers

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Monetary Policy Rate: 6.00 %

Business News

No news

Term of the day:

FULL DISCLOSURE:

The general need in business transactions for both parties to tell the whole truth about any material issue pertaining to the transaction.

The SEC requires full disclosure from companies that wish to be publicly traded on the major exchanges. By enforcing this rule, the SEC attempts to instill confidence in investors that the financial marketplace is efficient and transparent so that individual investors can take part in it for material profit.

Stock Market report for 10-08-09

by Ope on August 10th, 2009

filed under Capital Market, Make Money, News

About The Market Today 10/08/09

The activities of profit takers has continuing to

propel the market on an irregular situation pushing the major market indication on a southward direction.

A review of market activities today shows that the NSE All-Share Index drop by 209.37 points or 0.82 percent to settle at 25,173.13 points when compared to 25,382.50 points posted last week trading.

Market patronage in terms of Volume of shares exchanged by investors drop by 129.94 million ordinary shares or 17.58 percent when compared with the position of the last trading day. In essence, an aggregate of 609.15 million ordinary shares were traded in 7,118 deals today as against a volume of 739.09 million traded in 7,633 deals in the previous transaction.

Turnover by value was on the downswing like volume as it closed at N3.00 billion; N0.03 billion or 0.99 percent drop as against N3.03 billion worth of stocks traded in the previous trading day.

Table 1

Market Statistics

Today

10/08/2009

Previous day

07/08/2009

%

Change

NSE All-Share Index

25,173.13

25,382.50

-0.82

Total Deals

7,118

7,633

-6.75

Volume Traded (M)

609.15

739.09

-17.58

Value Traded (N’B)

3.00

3.03

-0.99

Turn Over Ratio %

0.11

0.13

-15.38% Change Point

Mkt. Capt.(N’B)

5,770.49

5,818.48

-0.82

Oando Plc lead the top gainers list again as the stock added N4.00 or 4.35 percent to its share price to close the market at N96.00 from its opening price of N92.00. Nestle Plc came second on the list, having gained N1.55 or 0.78 percent as it opened and closed the day at N198.45 and N200.00 respectively.

Table 2

Stock

Opening

Price

(N:K)

Closing

Price

(N:K)

Absolute Change

(N:K)

% rise

OANDO

92.00

96.00

+4.00

4.35

NESTLE

198.45

200.00

+1.55

0.78

UNILEVER

15.06

15.81

+0.75

4.98

BCC

49.00

49.49

+0.49

1.00

DANGSUGAR

17.48

17.96

+0.48

2.75

Figure 1

Top 5 Price Gainers

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On the losers’ chart, NB Plc lead the table for the day as the company share price declined by N2.60 or 4.68 percent to close the market at N52.90 per share, from it opening price of N55.50. Followed on the Chart was Conoil Plc that lost N2.47 or 5.00 percent to close the day at N46.93 per share.

Table 3

Stock

Opening

Price

(N:K)

Closing

Price

(N:K)

Absolute Change

(N:K)

% drop

NB

55.50

52.90

-2.60

-4.68

CONOIL

49.40

46.93

-2.47

-5.00

UACN

40.00

38.00

-2.00

-5.00

WAPCO

35.40

33.63

-1.77

-5.00

PZ

20.00

19.03

-0.97

-4.85

Figure 2

Top 5 Price Losers

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Monetary Policy Rate: 6.00 %

Business News

No news

Term of the day:

INVESTMENT BANKING:

A specific division of banking related to the creation of capital for other companies. Investment banks underwrite new debt and equity securities for all types of corporations.

Investment banks also provide guidance to issuers regarding the issue and placement of stock. Investment Banks also aid in the sale of securities in some instances. They also help to facilitate mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations and broker trades for both institutions and private investors. They can also trade securities for their own accounts.

Afribank Capital Broke the Bank

by Ope on July 2nd, 2009

filed under News

As you maybe aware, other than directing the affairs of Kreativ Management Limited which runs a chain of websites and also engages in web hosting and design for its select clientele, I Head the Finance and Accounts Unit of Dynamic Portfolio Limited (A member of the Nigeria Stock Exchange) as Financial Controller.

The News is that Afribank Capital Limited a subsidiary of Afribank Plc engaged in Corporate Finance, Asset Management and Financial Advisory, as engaged the services of my humble self to join their rejuvenated team (on-going KPMG restructuring exercise).

So, starting from the 17th of July when I am scheduled to resume at my new duty post, somewhere on the 4th or 5th floor of the Afribank House on Afribank Road, Victoria Island, its going to be a new beginning in the Investment Banking world, with me championing the attainment of new frontiers and the embellishment of a robust Investment Banking Brand.

With your support, I am sure to record more successes in my sojourn in Investment Banking.

Drop your comments below.