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Business Philosophy

Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) was established on the 19th July 2010

AMCON Act

This Act seeks to establish the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria for the purpose

Corporate Overview

Acquire Eligible Bank Assets (EBAs) from Eligible Financial Institutions (EFIs) at a fair value

Our corporate facts

N1.7trillion

worth of Acquired EBAs
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Property at Airport Junction Sokoto-Kebbi Maiduguri road, Bado area of Sokoto (Bare land).

The site is an undeveloped land, irregular in shape, level, trim and well drained, bare land with total size of 11.56 Ha. The site is fenced round with wire mesh.

Plots of land at Ocean Bay Estate within Ojomu Housing Estate

Bare Land

KM 2, Port Harcourt/Aba Expressway Port Harcourt, Rivers State

Development on site include 2 bay of warehouses and a security gate house all fenced round with sandcrete blockwalls and secured with a double leaf metal gate. Total land size 7,607.97 Sqm

Rigs Onome and Oritsetimeyin

Rigs Onome and Oritsetimeyin are part of the Eligible Bank Assets (EBAs) under Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria’s (AMCON) asset portfolio, acquired pursuant to AMCON’s statutory powers and mandate under the AMCON Act (as amended). The Rigs were acquired through a Loan Purchase and Limited-Service Agreement (‘LPLSA’) dated 2/1/12, with which AMCON bought over First Bank of Nigeria’s (‘FBN’) loan rights and the assets charged, mortgaged, or pledged as security with respect to the unpaid debt of Seawolf Oilfield Services Ltd. (now Seawolf Oilfield Services Ltd. (in receivership) (“Seawolf”) owed to FBN.

4 OMOLAJA SADIKU STREET, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE

NO 4 OMOLAJA SADIKU STREET, OLUWO AREA, OBAFEMI OWODE, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE (7 TITUS ABIMBOLA)

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