COMFORT EKELEME, Asst. Business Editor
The year 2018 may have come and gone but the performances of the nation’s capital market will remain memorable in the minds of investors who lost trillions of naira due to repeated nosediving in the fortunes of the market.
Acting Director-General, SEC, Mary Uduk.
COMFORT EKELEME reporting from Uyo
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reaffirmed its commitment to developing the capital market in line with the commission’s 10-year master plan.
…, Assures investors on Nigeria’s capital market
Vice president Yemi Osinbajo has said that for investors to take advantage of government’s incentives and improved business environment, there needs to be availability of medium to long-term capital in the form of bonds, equity and loans.
Acting DG, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Mary Uduk.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently hosted the first Capital Market Committee (CMC) Meeting in Lagos. At the post-media briefing, Acting DG, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Mary Uduk, noted that the commission is committed to protecting investors. COMFORT EKELEME was there.
Following the increasing number of de-listing, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has vowed to address the issue and come up with strategies to attract more companies to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).