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Business Philosophy

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


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


worth of Acquired EBAs
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Okanje District, Cadastral Zone C13, Abuja

A purpose-built residential units at different stages of completion

10, Club Road

8 Units of Serviced and Furnished 3 Bedroom Flats.

Filling station located at Ijoko road.

Filling Station under development.

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.

1, Akwuzu Close, behind Enerhen Police Station, Warri, Delta State

A 3 bedroom bungalow, 2nos four bedroom bungalows, a 1bedroom boys quarters and 2nos gate house.