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STL Trustees Receives Recognition at BAFI Awards

STL Trustees Garners Recognition at Banks and Other Financial Institutions Awards 2023

In a recent development, STL Trustees has been acknowledged at the Banks and Other Financial Institutions Awards 2023, as per an official statement. The organization was lauded with two esteemed awards, solidifying its position as a frontrunner in the financial services arena.

According to the statement, “For the sixth consecutive year, STL Trustees received the esteemed ‘Trustees Company of the Year’ award, affirming its unwavering commitment to providing unparalleled trust services to its clientele. This recognition further emphasizes the organization’s role as an industry pacesetter, setting the standard for trusteeship within the nation’s financial service landscape.”

Furthermore, Funmi Ekundayo, the Managing Director of STL Trustees, was honored with the ‘Trustees Company CEO of the Year’ award for the second consecutive year. The BAFI Awards, organized by BusinessDay, serves as a notable platform for recognizing outstanding accomplishments and contributions within the Nigerian financial sector, as highlighted in the statement.

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