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Skye Bank take over Mainstreet bank


According to business day,Skye bank plc has signed the agreement for the purchase of 100 percent shares of mainstreet bank from the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria(AMCON).

The agreement was Management team led by the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Timothy Oguntayo, signed on the behalf of the bank,while AMCON was represented by its Executive Management.

It was also gathered that Skye Bank had paid the mandatory deposit of 20 percent for the acquisition of the target bank.The payment,which was made well ahead of the deadline, confirms Skye bank's commitment and ability to consummate the transaction.

The bank has also confirmed its ability to meet the remaining financial commitment on the acquisition within the specified time frame

AMCON had announced Skye bank as the preferred bidder for the acquisition of all its interest in Mainstreet Bank, representing the entire capital of the bridge.

Skye bank emeregd the preferred bidder after a rigorous bidding exercise that spanned five months, with over 20 bidders contending.

The acquisition of Mainstreet Bank is a part of Skye bank's strategic plan for growth.

It would be recalled that Skye Bank emerged from the very successful merger and integration of five banks in 2006, following the first phase of the banking industry consolidation.

The bank intends to leverage its wealth of experience from the successful integration of five banks to drive efficiency, increase market share and ultimately ramp up stakeholder value from the acquisition of mainstreet bank.

The acquisition will avail the bank many benefit, including cost leadership, business optimization, and greater ability to offer business convenience to its teeming retail and commercial customer, with a combined branch network of over 450 across all the states of the federation.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Ejinwa Anthony

    November 11, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    all this banking sector and there merging self……very soon all bank go merge become one

  2. Akinlabi olawumi

    November 11, 2014 at 7:11 pm

    welcome evelopment

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