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15 December, 2021
We created TGIC to help millennials live the lives they want without worrying about money. 2020 was an eventful year, however, our TGIC 2020 annual report shows that despite unprecedented circumstances globally and in our local economy as well, anyone can create wealth with the right information at the right time and taking the right action.
In 2020, TGIC added 622 new members, growing our total membership to 1,500 members in 25 countries.
The club held a total of 18 webinars focused on educating the members of our community about how to invest profitable in core asset classes across currencies and borders.
We’re proud of how our core members took action on their financial goals and invested N4billion in traditional and alternative asset classes in sectors such as agriculture projects, real estate, local and international stock market, euro-bonds, micro-credit debt notes
We take our social responsibility seriously so we lent our voices to the #endsars protests and raised N10m to give out to businesses vandalised during the aftermath of the protests. The Green Investment Club (TGIC) social responsibility fund helped businesses get back up. Some of the businesses granted a donation from the fund are outlined in the image below.
TGIC launched sub-clubs to cater to the niche requirements of our core investment community. We launched a venture capital club and stock market club. We also launched a members’ advisory board which comprises of carefully selected members who will contribute their thought leadership and expertise to helping the club achieve its core objectives.
Focused on getting priority access and credible investments for our core members, we made ten strategic partnerships in 2020. Cumulatively, we helped the members of our community build investment portfolios in Nigeria and abroad across multiple sectors valued at N5.3bn ($14m+)
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