Sigma Pensions limited has announced plans to shore up its Asset Under Management (AUM) to N600 billion in a near future, from N310 billion currently under its management.Besides, the firm also unveiled its new company identity as part of the evolution of the Sigma brand as it strives to reach the target.
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Sigma Pensions Limited Dave Uduanu, while addressing participants at the unveiling ceremony held in Abuja on Tuesday explained that the company was poised to consistently deliver value to stakeholders and achieve the target through an organic growth within the next few years
“We also recently grew our Asset under Management to N310b and we are ready for the next milestone of achieving N600b in the next few years. Sigma Pensions has indeed come a long way and many of you here have been a part of that journey. You have celebrated milestone after milestone with us over the years and we acknowledge your commitment, we appreciate your patronage.
“Now that we have reached and exceeded the milestone of N310bn, we are braced for the next challenge which is to achieve an AUM of N600bn through organic growth within the next few years. By 2020, we aim to be a more productive and profitable organisation and we look forward to embarking on this journey with you.”
On what prompted the rebranding, he said: “It is as a result of the new ownership that we have decided to rebrand as part of the evolution of the New Sigma. The new refreshed logo symbolizes who we are today and showcases our dynamic futuristic approach to our business. Sigma Pensions has an energized and rebranded team of competent to actualize our goals and we reiterate our commitment to consistently deliver value to all our stakeholders.
“We are pleased to announce the launch of our new company identity as part of the evolution of the Sigma brand. The new refreshed logo symbolizes who we are today and showcases our dynamic futuristic approach to our business. We have an energized and rebranded team of competent thought leaders to actualize our goals.”
He noted that the new Sigma Pensions will be a company solely focused on putting the needs of its customers first adding that the blue colour on the new identity symbolises a sense of security, while green is perceived as money and liquidity.