The Securities and Exchange Commission has restated the vital role the capital market plays in the development of any country through the provision of long term funds for infrastructure development among others.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has restated its commitment to ensuring that technology plays a major role in enabling the nation’s capital market attain its full potentials
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that the first Capital Market Committee (CMC) meeting in 2022 will hold on Wednesday April 6, 2022.
Securities and Exchange Commission has again affirmed that the capital market has the potentials to bridge the infrastructure gap in the country as well as aid economic development.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has said the court cases instituted by Oando Plc challenging the directives in the commission are still ongoing.
Following the receipt of an approval in principle from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in September 2020, to clear and settle exchange traded derivatives instruments, Nigeria’s premier central counterparty, NG Clearing Limited, on Tuesday announced that it has signed an agreement with a leading software development firm, Mantissa Infotech Private Limited, for the development, implementation and maintenance of bespoke clearing and settlement technology for its operations.
Director General Securities and Exchange
Commission Mr Lamido Yuguda, Member, Senate Committee on Capital
Market Sen Oseni Yakubu and Executive Commissioner Corporate Services SEC Mr Ibrahim Boyi during a Meeting between Senate Committee on Capital Market and The SEC on Tuesday in Abuja.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, has issued a Corporate Governance Guidelines and a template (revised Form 01) for reporting compliance with the Securities and SEC Corporate Governance Guideline, (SCGG) which becomes effective on January 01, 2021.
Nigeria, represented by the Securities and Exchange Commission and other stakeholders, will, in the month of October 2020, join the rest of the world to commemorate the fourth annual World Investor Week (WIW) under the auspices of the International Organisation of Securities Commissions (IOSCO).
Photo caption : From Left–President, Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers Mr Tunde Amolegbe, Director General Securities and Exchange Commission Mr Lamido Yuguda, Past President CIS Mr Ariyo Olushekun and Executive Commissioner Operations, SEC Mr Dayo Obisan during a Meeting between The SEC and CIS on Monday in Abuja.