We are a multi-sectoral Business Empire with tentacles across the entire business landscape of Nigeria, creating wealth and value in every sector of the economy.
A conglomerate with over 200 subsidiaries, engaged in various business activities ranging from; Real Estate, Real Estate Investment, Agriculture, Information Technology Management, Building and Construction, Engineering, Logistic Services, Human Capital Development, Asset Management, Banking, Dredging, Oil & Gas, Logistics, Fashion and Lifestyle, Print Media, Renewable Energy, Property Valuation and many more
Oxford International aims to accelerate agricultural production in Africa, meeting the needs of nearly 10 billion people before 2050.
With Safegate Microfinance Bank, we are building a power house with client base that cuts across all socio-economic classes.
We are determined to become a major player in the extraction, refining, transportation, and marketing of petroleum products globally.
Through Oxford Octopus, we have increased operational efficiency, staff satisfaction and collaboaration using modern technology...
We have developed a systematic approach to the realization of value from the things that a group or entity is responsible for which may be tangible assets and intangible assets..
We are determined to bridge the gap that comes with the complexities of distributing products from suppliers to consumers...
Agricultural investment is a necessary requirement to develop and organize the Aagricultural sector in Africa. In Nigeria, agricultural sector contributes 26.09% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Q4 2019 and accounts for a large percentage of her labour force.
Agriculture has become the backbone of most developing countries. It has played a significant role to both human development and the nation's economy. Asides from tending to the needs of food, it also provides employment opportunities at a very large scale for the population.view page
Nigerian Real Estate market has been seen to contribute significantly more to the Nations' GDP than previously recorded. With the re-basing of the economy from a monolithic (oil dependent economy) to other services, construction and real estate and technology driven economy, we should see drastic increase significantly from 2020 in the non-oil driven sectors of the economy. The Real Estate industry is being forced to innovate and redefine its value proposition, as mobile technology has put greater power into the hands of consumers. However, there remains a significant supply-demand gap in the various Real Estate sub-markets: residential, office, retail and hospitality. As at today, decent housing options for university students and young professionals are limited and often unsafe; and secure, affordable office spaces in proximity to the central business districts remain scarce. Plugging this gap has proven difficult, as developers continue to focus on delivering despite high vacancy levels and falling prices.view page
It is a product designed under real estate investment to further reduce housing deficit by building low-cost housing estates (www.oxfordbuildvest.com).view page
If a customer invests 100 million on Agrovest 14months plan, the customer gets 35% return (35,000,000), The 35million goes into OILVEST 24months investment @70% ROI (24,500,000) which 35% of the 70% is payable immediately (12,250,000) while the customer gets back 35million initial capital in 12months and balance of 35% of the 70% ROI (12,250,000) will be paid in 24months.view page
We are highly committed to your growth, offering you security, while giving you high returns on investment.
Our mission drives us to do everything possible to expand human potentials. We create opportunities through products and services that solves human and community needs, making positive impact in Nigeria and Africa at large.