Transcorp is committed to creating value and socio-economic impact.
The Transanational Corporation of Nigeria was incorporated on November 16, 2004 and is quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange with a current shareholder base of about 300,000 investors, the largest of which is Heirs Holdings Limited, a pan-African proprietary investment company.
We focus on acquiring and managing strategic businesses that create long term shareholder returns and socio-economic impact. Our business interests are in four strategic sectors: Power, Energy, Hospitality and Agriculture.
Our notable businesses include the award-winning Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja; Transcorp Hotels, Calabar; Teragro Commodities Limited, operator of Teragro Benfruit Plant – Nigeria’s first-of-its-kind juice concentrate plant; Transcorp Power Limited which acquired Ughelli Power Plc, owner of the 972MW Ughelli Power Plant and Transcorp Energy Limited, operator of OPL 281.
Our Fundamental Beliefs
Our values make us who we are and drive us towards a common sense of purpose; to create long lasting value for our customers. They are;
What sets us apart from others is our willingness and determination to go the extra mile in exceeding set targets. We believe in individual and collective efforts to deliver exceptional service.
We are driven by the desire to deliver services in an outstanding and consistent manner. It is this distinctive attribute that makes Transcorp Plc hugely successful in driving long term growth.
We have a burning desire to see things through to completion in a timely, effective and efficient manner.
THE PRINCIPLES OF AFRICAPITALISM
"Africapitalism is a call to action for businesses to promote development"
Africapitalism is a call to action for businesses to promote development in communities and nations they operate, which will ultimately help businesses become more profitable, provide a healthy and educated work force and create entrepreneurs who become suppliers and service providers.
Unlocking the power of individuals to create and grow their business ideas into successful companies.
Deploy patient capital that creates greater and broader economic value as opposed to merely resource extraction.
Invest in sectors such as agriculture that deliver financial return as well as broader economic and social value.
Conduct investments and business activity in a way that delivers returns to shareholders and stakeholders.
Leverage local inputs such as human and financial capital to create high value supply chains.
Facilitate intra-regional commerce through development of cross-border infrastructure and policy consistency.
Multi-generational development focuses on investments and economic growth scheme that build value for future generations.
Foster collaboration between concerned parties to create conditions that enable the African private sector.