eTranzact International PLC, Africa’s Leading provider of mobile banking and payments services has declared a PAT of N168.1 million in Quarter 1, 2015 almost doubling its results of same quarter in 2014 which was a very profitable year for the payments company according to information gotten from the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
The Nigerian payments powerhouse which has continued to push forward with its innovative technology offerings has also seen its CEO, Mr Valentine Obi recognised by Businessday Newspapers Nigeria as one of the Top 25 Nigerian CEOs responsible for the growth of the Nigerian Stock Exchange in 2014.
In a strictly by invitation event earlier in the month, the award was presented to Mr Sullivan Akala, ED, Business Development who represented Mr Obi.
As part of the criteria for selection, awardee companies had to have outperformed the NSE All Share Index be known to have presented quarterly results in a timely manner, and recorded considerable progress in their Q3 results.
TechMoran has reached out to eTranzact PR Manager, Mr Ifeanyi Abraham for comment on these developments.