We offer a wide range of commercial trust services to public and private sector entities such as State Governments, Corporate entities, Issuers of Debt and other hybrid Instruments. Our specialties span:
We serve as trustees to bonds issued by the government. These Bonds are raised for a variety of reasons such as where governments seek to access the debt market to boost medium to long term development through infrastructural or real estate projects. Such transactions are secured by government revenues and backed by an Irrevocable Standing Payment Order (ISPO) with instructions for direct deduction from a State’s allocation from the federation Account. We are also positioned to act as Trustees on supranational bonds issued by two or more government or international institutions with the objective of promoting economic development for member countries.
With an ever increasing need by Companies to grow rapidly, expand and enhance working capital, access to funds is structured in several ways which includes loan syndication, consortium lending arrangements, issuance of corporate bonds and securitisation
Our role as trustees includes;
Registering the security/collateral in the name of the Trustee on behalf of the stakeholders
Proper documentation of the trust relationship
Co-ordinating, registering and monitoring obligations as stated in the Trust documents as well as managing the relationship among stakeholders
Hold security on behalf of stakeholders
Convene meetings of all the parties as and when due
Act in mediatory/reconciliatory capacity in the event of conflicts
What can ARMT do for you?
Provide suitable trust arrangements to private equity funds and investors
Act as Trustee for employee benefit/share option schemes or for staff welfare/benefits arrangements
Acting as escrow agent
Security trustee for a syndicate of investors/lenders
General custodial service
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