Asset and Resource Management Company Ltd. (ARM)

Company description


Established in 1994 as an asset management firm, ARM has since evolved into one of Nigeria's most innovative and respected non-bank financial institutions with focus on Traditional AssetManagement and Specialised Funds.

With headquarters in Lagos Nigeria and offices across the country, the Firm currrently manages total assets of over N438 billion.

ARM provides a range of services to our diverse client groups through pension plans,wealth management service, discretionary savings plans,trust services and stock broking execution service.


Company details

1 Mekunwen Road,Off Oyinkan Abayomi Drive

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Company updates

  • February 25, 2015

    ARM Harith Infrastructure Fund announces first close

    ARM - Harith Infrastructure Investment Limited (ARMHIIL) has announced first close of its closed-ended specialist private equity infrastructure fund ARM-Harith Infrastructure Fund (ARMHIF).

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  • July 11, 2014

    ARM to close Nigeria's infrastructure fund by August

    Nigeria's ARM Infrastructure Fund (ARMIF) is expected to achieve financial close in August this year, Reuters has announced.

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  • May 08, 2014

    Investors get financial close for Nigerian power megaproject

    Azura Power Holdings Ltd announced that it has completed commercial and financial close of its flagship 450MW Azura-Edo Independent Power Project (Azura-Edo IPP) in Edo State, Nigeria.

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  • December 16, 2013

    American Capital Energy & Infrastructure invests $130m in Nigerian power project

    American Capital Energy & Infrastructure (ACEI), the infrastructure asset management arm of American Capital, Ltd., announced on December 5th that it has committed to invest up to $130 million in Azur...

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  • November 11, 2013

    African Development Bank invests $20 million in Nigeria-based infrastructure fund

    The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) approved on Wednesday, October 30 a US$20 million equity investment in ARM-Harith Infrastructure Fund (ARMHIF).

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