Acting Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Unilag, Prof Oluwole Familoni , SEC, Ms. Mary Uduk, Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic Unilag, Prof Oluwole Familoni; and Prof Wilfred Iyiegbuniwe of the Department of Finance at the opening of a Two-day international conference on the Capital Market held in Unilag, on Wednesday in Lagos
Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC weekend expressed how investors should channel their complains in the capital market so as to get effective response.
In a bid to step up its financial literacy and investor education initiatives, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has organised a one-day enlightenment outreach for officers of the Armed Forces, Police, and other Para-military and other agencies on the investment initiatives in the Capital Market, and how to protect their sundry investments.
Left to Right; Senior Lecturer, Department of Banking And Finance Nuhu Bamali Polytechnic Zaria, Nasiru Shehu; Senior Lecturer ,Department of Banking And Finance Nuhu Bamali Polytechnic Zaria, Nafiu Shehu; Head Financial Inclusion Division, Securities And Exchange Commission, Mr Archibong Eso, Deputy Director, Head Investor Education, Securities And Exchange Commission, Tunde kamali, during an educational visit by students of Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Zaria, Kaduna State to the SEC Tuesday.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that the First Capital Market Committee (CMC) meeting in 2019 will hold on Thursday, August 22 through Friday, August 23, 2019 at the Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
L-R: Managing Director, UTL Trust Management Service, Mrs Olufunke Oluseyi; President, Association of Corporate Trustees Mrs Tokunbo Ajayi,; Acting Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Ms Mary Uduk and Acting Executive Commissioner, Operations, SEC Mr Isyaku Tilde during a Meeting between SEC and Association of Corporate Trustees in Abuja, Wednesday
In a bid to further ensure the protection of investors in the Nigerian capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has restated its determination to reduce unnecessary transaction costs.
Shareholders of the defunct Skye Bank who have not claimed dividends declared by the bank have been advised by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to do so.
Acting Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Ms Mary Uduk, has disclosed that the West African Securities Regulatory Authorities (WASRA). has drawn up draft guidelines for cross border issuance of fixed incomes as well as a mutual recognition agreement for the region.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has described the country’s Commodity Trading Ecosystem as an important market that will strongly aid efforts driven by the current administration to enable diversification.