PSL Capital changes name to Parthan Securities - Punch Newspapers
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18 October 2021PSL Capital has announced that it has changed its name to Parthan Securities Limited as part of its growth and the renewal of its corporate vision.The firm, a wholly-owned subsidiary of a brokerage firm, Parthan Partners Limited, said in a statement that the rebranding effort was part of its strategy to evolve its business and create a platform for new opportunities.
It said, “Over the past five years, Parthian Securities Limited has cemented its status as a market leader for securities trading in Nigeria and across Africa. It has experienced 30 per cent + year-to-date growth in client acquisition, tallying 1,100 customers across the country.
“This growth reflects the increasing recognition of individuals and companies that Parthian Securities Limited offers an easy and convenient platform for real-time trading of securities.”The Group Managing Director, Parthan Partners Limited, Oluseye Olusoga, said the company had built a reputation for innovation and excellence in its nine years of operation. headtopics.com
Read Also“We want to leverage on the strong brand name that is Parthian and ensure that all subsidiaries under the group identify under a uniform brand name,” he said.He added that while the firm wanted to reflect its work in the new name accurately, it also wanted to properly market the organisation in pursuit of new opportunities for future growth and expansion.
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