We are committed to your growth.
We are a leading Financial Services group, licensed as Broker-Dealers, Issuing House, Fund/Portfolio Managers, Trustees, and Registrars by the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). Our Broker-Dealer business is a registered dealing member of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). We are also licensed as Insurance Brokers by both the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) and the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM).
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Cordros Group commenced operation as a Securities Trading business in 2007, and recorded significant milestones in 2010 and 2013 when it started its Investment Banking and Asset Management businesses, respectively. In line with its strategic direction to evolve into a leading financial services powerhouse in Nigeria, and with a bold intent for the rest of Africa, the group announced the establishment of its Insurance Brokerage, Trustees , and Registrars subsidiaries in 2020.
We work with a diversified clientele, consisting of private clients, small businesses, financial institutions and corporations, and governments. Building relationships is at the core of our growth philosophy.
Cordros Limited offers the following services:
We expertly execute deals on behalf of clients on the floor of The Nigerian Stock Exchange, FMDQ OTC Exchange, NASD OTC Exchange in equities, fixed income and unquoted securities.
We provide comprehensive financial advisory services to corporate, financial institutions and governments.
We provide a spectrum of wealth management solution designed to help our clients acquire wealth and grow it, use and enjoy it, protect and pass it on.
We are committed to helping our clients grow their wealth by developing strategies to manage their risks and preserve their assets.
* The golden ratio,
Symbolized by the Greek letter phi, is a special number approximately equal to 1,618. It often appears in geometry, art, architecture and nature and is considered to be one of the most pleasing and beautiful shapes. (We find the golden ratio when we divide a line into two parts so that the whole length divided by the long part is also equal to the long part divided by the short part).