SEC Nigeria Commemorates 7th World Investors Week

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in collaboration with the Financial Literacy Technical Committee (FLTC), has joined the rest of the world from Monday 20th – Friday 24th November, 2023 to celebrate the 7th edition of the World Investor Week (WIW) promoted by the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).

World Investor Week is a global initiative of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) established to raise financial literacy among the general public.

The week-long campaign for this year focuses on the theme, investor Resilience, Crypto Assets, and Sustainable Finance which the IOSCO Board has given top priority, considering the prevailing global market conditions.

Among the activities lined up to commemorate the Week is a webinar titled “Crypto Assets in the Context of Investor Education and Protection” which will be hosted by the Commission, in collaboration with some stakeholders.

The webinar will feature experts sharing insights on crypto assets, investor protection, and public policy implications while examining the potential pitfalls for Nigeria.


According to SEC, the global financial sector is increasingly embracing environmental sustainability. Retail investors, therefore, are opting to invest in ways that benefit the environment and this trend is expected to gain more momentum in the future.

The extensive discussions surrounding the advantages, challenges, and regulatory recommendations associated with sustainable investments have contributed to this shift.

The SEC plays a crucial role in enhancing resilience in the Nigerian capital market while promoting investor education, enforcing protective regulations against fraud, and encouraging responsible investment practices.

The investing public with inquiries may wish to contact the Commission via email at or phone: +23494621100

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