Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers
‘Two per cent growth for Nigeria is unacceptable’
Experts, gathered at the Investiture of the new President of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS), have described any planned growth of the country’s economy by two per cent as ridiculous. According to them, with a population growth of 2.6 yearly, failure to grow the economy at an average of 5-7 per cent in the…
CIS seeks stockbrokers’ support for institute’s repositioning
As the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) has called for brokers support to achieve accelerated growth and development, as it repositions for enhanced service delivery. The President/Chairman of Council, Adedapo Adekoje, whose investiture is scheduled for July 26, in Lagos, made the call when he engaged the stock broking community on the trading floor of…
Adedapo Adekoje is new CIS president
The Governing Council of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) has elected Adedapo Adekoje, the First Vice President as the Institute’s President as Mr Oluwaseyi Abe retires after meritorious service with stellar achievements. Besides, the outgoing President, Mr Abe has announced the Council’s approval of scholarship for the Capital Market Correspondents to pursue a career in Investment and…
CIS, stakeholders brainstorm on certification strategy
Determined to grow the membership base as part of its on-going globalisation programme, the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) and its student members have dialogued on the strategy to acquire the Institute’s certification.
Council of CIS approves new qualifications for stockbrokers
The Governing Council of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) has approved the newly introduced Specialised Professional Certifications (SPC) known as the Stand-Alone-Programme.
Stockbrokers’ confab to focus on tech, new products
Stockbrokers have resolved to key into the rapid changes in technology and product innovation in the global financial market and reposition for enhanced professionalism.
CIS lists benefits of infrastructure funding through capital market
For the umpteenth time, the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) has highlighted the capital market’s role in supporting the mobilisation and deployment of resources to fund infrastructure development in Nigeria.
How to make stockbroking relevant amid recession, by experts
As the ongoing economic recession continues to affect the financial market with dire consequences on the income streams of operators, capital market experts have prescribed ways on how operators ...
Low investors participation, illiquidity limiting market rebound’
According to the President of the institute, Oluwaseyi Abey, while the regulators and stockbrokers have been working hard to create new products to fast-track market growth, the buy side of the market remains weak, especially from the local investors.