13th March 2019
In a bid to make the most of their membership and support a growing client base with interests in Nigeria, Fiduciary Wealth Management have been connecting with MGI Worldwide accountancy network colleagues in West Africa.
Following the firm’s recent business acquisition of expatriate clients in Africa and the Middle East, Fiduciary Wealth’s Managing Director Paul Correa and Director Andrew Hosking travelled to Nigeria and took the opportunity to reach out to MGI Worldwide members in the area.
Member firm Haruna Yahaya, who also joined MGI Worldwide in 2018 with offices in Minna and Abuja, met with Paul and Andrew in Lagos to discuss business in Nigeria and possible ways in which their firms could collaborate.
“We had a very pleasant meeting on 21st February in Ikoyi Lagos, with MGI Worldwide colleagues Haruna Nma Yahaya and his son Siddiq, to discuss business synergies,” says Andrew.
“Following our recent acquisition, we now have internationally mobile executive clients based across the globe including a number in Africa and the Middle East. As part of getting to know these clients, reaching out to MGI Worldwide members in those countries provides an opportunity to discuss how our MGI membership can help enhance the services we provide to those clients and discuss with fellow members how we might collaborate for mutual benefit.”
Whilst in Nigeria, Paul and Andrew also met with MGI Worldwide members MGI Alabi Ekundare based in Lagos.
For more information visit Fiduciary Wealth Management’s profile page HERE or their website HERE.
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