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Court reaffirms SEC’s regulatory oversight over public companies

Court reaffirms SEC’s regulatory oversight over public companies

The Court of Appeal has reiterated the Securities and Exchange Commission’s powers to intervene in the management and control of any public company which is considered to have failed, is failing or is in crises. The SEC is statutorily mandated as the apex regulator of the Nigerian capital market to ensure the protection of investors […] …

Government moves to boost capital market liquidity through savings

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Zainab Ahmed, yesterday said the Federal Government would set up a committee to advise it on how best to mobilise savings to boost capital market liquidity. Addressing members of the Capital Market Master Plan Implementation Council (CAMMIC) in Abuja, she charged Nigerians on savings for the growth of the national […]
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‘Revitalise moribund industries through capital market’

‘Revitalise moribund industries through capital market’

The Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC has urged state governments to take advantage of the enormous opportunities available in the capital market to revitalise moribund companies in their state in a bid to create wealth for the citizens. Acting Director General of the SEC, Ms Mary Uduk stated this in Akure, at an e-dividend enlightenment […] …

SEC moves to tackle identity theft, protect investors against loss

THE Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, yesterday, disclosed that it has set up a committee to tackle the issue of identity theft in the capital market.
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Nigeria’s infrastructure deficit to hit $878bn by 2040 — SEC

Union urges Nigerians in South Africa to be united

THE Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC on Sunday said that the country’s infrastructure deficit would hit 878 billion dollars by 2040 and called for active utilisation of green bond for the infrastructural gap. SEC Acting […]
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SEC extends multiple subscription deadline to Dec 2019

SEC extends multiple subscription deadline to Dec 2019

……. Pledges to tackle identity theft   In a move to ensure more investors regularize their accounts thereby reducing the volume of unclaimed dividends in the Nigerian capital market, the Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC has announced an extension of forbearance on such accounts to December 31, 2019. This among others was part of theRead More …

We remain committed to development of capital market studies curriculum – SEC 

We remain committed to development of capital market studies curriculum – SEC 

Chinwendu Obienyi The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has restated its commitment to further educate and enlighten investors in the Nigerian capital market to enhance their ability to make informed investment decisions.   The Acting Director General of SEC, Ms. Mary Uduk, who stated this at the Planning and Writing Workshop for the Development of Capital […]
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INTERVIEW: Foreign investors will return to Nigeria after 2019 election, says SEC acting DG

INTERVIEW: Foreign investors will return to Nigeria after 2019 election, says SEC acting DG

Mary Uduk, acting director general of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), says the recent outflows experienced in the Nigerian capital market will be remedied when the 2019 general election The post INTERVIEW: Foreign investors will return to Nigeria after 2019 election, says SEC acting DG appeared first on TheCable.

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