As part of its continued efforts to help middle income Nigerians make informed investment decisions, our Real Estate Development & Advisory subsidiary, Alpha Mead Development is set to host an investment Webinar, this Tuesday, May 12, 2020.

The webinar titled, ‘Is Your Investment Portfolio Prepared for A Recession?’ “aims to bring to the fore, issues in the global and local economy, and how they affect current investment portfolio and future investment decisions of our target customers – which is the middle-income Nigerians”, says Sesan Ogunyooye, our Head of Marketing & Corporate Communications.

Ogunyooye continued: “This is an unprecedented time. The world, and indeed Nigeria, is going through a productivity crisis, occasioned by the lock down; an economic emergency, induced by this global health crisis; and if all the indices are anything to go by, then we are at the brink of a financial crisis”.

“But that won’t stop people from investing. And for those who have investment portfolios before now; how should they deal with the impact of COVID-19 on their portfolios? Where does real estate sit in the scheme of investment asset classes, and how can it help the investing public hedge against risks?

“These and many more are the questions that the Managing Director of our Real Estate business, Damola Akindolire, will be answering during the webinar. To have a robust discussion that will help participants gain real insights, Tunji Andrews – an economist and one of the leading voices in investment and entrepreneurship has accepted to anchor the webinar”.

“Tunji’s participation is very valuable to us, because his wealth of experience will come handy in getting out quality information about investment from Mr. Akindolire”, Ogunyooye concluded.

To register for the session, Click here to register.


AMDC is the developer of Lekki Pearl and Green Park Estate, it is Nigeria’s first Real Estate Development & Infrastructure Company certified to International Standards (ISO 9001:2015) by the United Kingdom Accreditation Services (UKAS).