FMDQ Holding Plc and Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Africa have executed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Lagos State Government to facilitate the issuance of the maiden ₦25 billion...
Amid the harsh operating environment, FMDQ Securities Exchange’s activation of market penetration strategy for securities-related services attracted a total of 21 securities
The dollar pulled back at the parallel market at the weekend on the strength of rising market optimism and ease of panic over the stoppage of foreign exchange sale to the bureau de change (BDC) operators.
FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited has approved the quotation of the FBNQuest Merchant Bank Limited ₦7.34 billion Commercial Paper (CP) on its platform.
FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited has announced the admission of BUA Cement Plc's ₦115 billion series 1 fixed rate senior unsecured bond under its ₦200 billion bond issuance programme, for listing on its platform.
Stakeholders, including the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sterling Bank Plc, Abubakar Suleiman, have identified lack of trust as a major challenge affecting the growth of the Nigerian commodity market.
CardinalStone Partners Limited has announced the listing of the CardinalStone Financing SPV Plc N5 billion series one bond on FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited.
Financial experts have urged the Federal Government to leverage opportunities in exchange-traded derivatives (ETD) to eliminate the risk associated with oil prices.
FMDQ Securities Exchange, through its board on listings and markets committee, has announced the quotation of the Valency Agro Nigeria Limited’s ₦5.12 billion series 1 commercial paper
FMDQ Securities Exchange Limited has approved the listing of the Nigerian Mortgage Refinance Company PLC (NMRC), Series 3 N10billion fixed rate bond under its N440 billion bond issuance programme on its platform.
FMDQ Securities Exchange, through its board listing and markets committee, has approved the quotation of the Total Nigeria Plc's ₦2.25 billion Series 1, and ₦12.75 billion series two commercial papers
24 Sep 2020
Operators in the Debt Capital Market (DCM), have stressed the need for government to increase private sector involvement in Nigeria’s infrastructure development. Speaking at FMDQ’s DCM Development Project Webinar on, “Leveraging the Nigerian Debt Capital Markets for Infrastructure Development,” the operators described infrastructure development as a major tool for poverty reduction, job creation, and overall…