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    Investor Confidence Soars as Nigeria’s FairMoney Completes Series 4 Commercial Paper Redemption 

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    Fast Credit, operating under the brand name FairMoney, has recently achieved a significant milestone in the fintech industry with the successful payout of Series 4 of its commercial paper. This accomplishment not only signifies the completion of the commercial paper issuance but also reaffirms Fast Credit’s position as a leading innovator in the field.

    The Series 4 issuance garnered considerable attention from investors, surpassing initial projections and demonstrating overwhelming demand. Investors’ confidence in Fast Credit’s business model, strategic vision, and commitment to excellence was underscored by the timely fulfillment of obligations to investors.

    Fast Credit’s approach to capital markets sets a new standard for fintech investment, characterized by innovation, efficiency, transparency, and accessibility. Through the utilization of advanced technology and best practices, Fast Credit has redefined the possibilities of commercial paper issuance, driving value for both investors and the company itself.

    Proceeds from the Series 4 issuance have been allocated towards enhancing Fast Credit’s market penetration strategies, expanding infrastructure, investing in digital banking capabilities, and fortifying its market position.

    Emeka Iloelunachi, the Managing Director of Fast Credit, emphasized the company’s dedication to driving positive change and shaping the future of finance. He highlighted the Series 4 payout as evidence of Fast Credit’s commitment to innovation and excellence.

    Fast Credit’s successful commercial paper program reflects its resilience, agility, and commitment to excellence in a rapidly evolving technological and market landscape. As it moves forward, Fast Credit remains focused on leveraging technology to deliver lasting value to investors, partners, and stakeholders.

    In a related development, FairMoney recently redeemed its debut N2.5 billion Series 1 Commercial Paper (CP) Issuance, maturing on March 3, 2024. This further solidifies FairMoney’s position in the financial market and underscores its commitment to fulfilling its financial obligations. 

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