National Enterprises Limited (NEL) is an investment holding company incorporated on August 27, 1999 by the Government of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. NEL was formed to consolidate the Government’s shareholding in select state enterprises, and facilitate a public offering on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange.
NEL has a 600 million issued shares in industries that drive the economy of Trinidad & Tobago: Natural gas and energy-based manufacturing; telecommunications; and the marketing and manufacturing of food basics.
NEL has shares in the following companies:
National Flour Mills (NFM)
NGC NGL Company Limited (NGC NGL)
NGC Trinidad and Tobago LNG Limited
Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited (TSTT)
Trinidad Nitrogen Company Limited (TRINGEN)
Together, these companies employ a significant portion of the country’s workforce and act as the crucible for local innovation and expertise development. Through NEL, individual and corporate investors can share in the financial stability and staying power of these enterprises. Today, over five thousand citizens, who enjoy steady dividends and increased capital appreciation, own 100,000,000 shares in NEL.