LEKOIL, the oil and gas exploration and production company with a focus on Nigeria and West Africa, announces today that it has appointed SP Angel Corporate Finance LLP to act as the Company’s Joint Broker with immediate effect.
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On July 15, 2020, the company announced the resignation of its previous joint broker Numis Securities Limited due to its exit from the natural resources sector.
In a statement made available to Brand Spur, Lekoil said,
“Following the exit of Numis Securities Limited (“Numis”) from the natural resources sector, Numis will cease to act as the Company’s Joint Broker with immediate effect. The Company intends to appoint a second broker to act alongside Mirabaud Securities Limited in due course and will update the market accordingly.”
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LEKOIL’s African activities are centralised through a group holding company structure based in the Cayman Islands.