NSE Receives “Award For CSR In Education”

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has said that it has received the 2018 award for “CSR in Education” from Lagos Chamber of Commerce & Industry (LCCI) on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. According the Director of Advocacy & Research, LCCI, Dr. Vincent Nwani, “the objective of the annual awards […]


FCMB’s Shareholders Disagreement Over Audit Committee Election, Gift Items Distraught AGM

…As Shareholders Approves 10 kobo Dividend …Improves 2018 First Quarter Earnings  Controversies on Friday trails the 5th Annual General Meeting of First City Monument Bank Plc as Shareholders sharp disagreement which lasted for 45 minutes over election into the Audit Committee of the bank and non-receipt of gift items brought the meeting to a halt. […]


NSE Employees Donates To SOS Children’s Village

As part of its Employee Give-Back Drive, during the last Easter celebrations, employees of The Nigerian Stock Exchange (“NSE” or “Exchange”) came together to donate money to fund medical bills for 10 children in SOS Children’s Village, Lagos, an initiative which aligns with the Exchange’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy. The SOS Children’s Village was established in […]


NSE Migrates Access Bank, UBA, Seplat and Lafarge To Premium Board

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Monday April 16, 2018, migrated Access Bank Plc, Lafarge Africa Plc, Seplat Petroleum Development Company Plc and United Bank for Africa Plc to its Premium Board, sequel to them applying and meeting the Exchange’s listing requirements for the board. The Premium Board is the listing segment for the elite […]


NSE loses N150bn After Re-Election News — But is Buhari to blame?

Trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange ended in the red on Monday after President Muhammadu Buhari announced his re-election bid with large companies ending up as top losers. Unilever, Lafarge, Dangote Cement, Guinness and Dangote Flour were the top five losers on the market. Market capitalisation, which opened at N14.753 trillion, shed N150 billion to close […]

Investors Staked N136.24 billion In Equities In March

Equity transactions on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for the month of March recorded a total of 10.166 billion shares valued at N136.241 billion in 103,441 deals, representing a 14.88% drop in volume terms and 28.49% rise in value when compared to the preceding month of February. The financial services sector accounted for 5.74 billion […]

Zenith Bank

Zenith Bank Gross Earnings Hits N745.2bn For 2017 Year End

…As Shareholders Smiles’ Home With N2.45 Final Dividend Zenith Bank Plc has announced a final dividend of N2.45 kobo per share for the full year ended December 31, 2017. The final dividend is in addition to the 25 kobo interim dividend that was paid last year. Amounting to N2.70 kobo total dividend for the 2017 […]


NSE Calls For The Acceleration Of Gender Equality

The Nigerian Stock Exchange, in partnership with the Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative, United Nations Women, United Nations Global Compact, International Finance Corporation, the World Federation of Exchanges, WIMBIZ, and Women in ETFs, organised a symposium to celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, on Thursday, March 8, 2018, at the Stock Exchange House in Lagos. In line […]


NSE International Women’s Day Symposium At The Exchange

Photo Caption: Left; Dame Abimbola Fashola, Chairman, Learn NGO/Ella Care & former First Lady of Lagos State; Oscar Onyema, CEO, NSE and Laure Beaufils, Deputy British High Commissioner to Nigeria during the NSE International Women’s Day Symposium at the Exchange on Thursday.