Akwa Ibom Senators petition senate over nonconfirmation of Mary Uduk as SEC DG
Two senators from Akwa Ibom State Albert Bassey Akpan and Christopher Ekpenyong have expressed their disappointment over non confirmation of Mary Uduk who has been the acting Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) director general.
‘Replacement of SEC’s acting DG unfair, continued marginalisation of South’
Representative of Etinan/Nsit Ibom/Nsit Ubium Federal Constituency and Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Judiciary, Onofiok Luke, has faulted President Muhammadu Buhari’s proposal
'Replacement of acting DG of SEC is unjust, unfair': NASS member
The Member representing Etinan/Nsit Ibom/Nsit Ubium Federal Constituency and Chairman House Committee on Judiciary, Mr Onofiok Luke, has expressed dissatisfaction with Mr President’s proposal for the replacement of the Acting Director-General of the Security and Exchange Commission [SEC], Ms Mary Uduk.
Buhari appoints substantive DG for SEC three years after
One year after the Director-General (DG) of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mary Uduk, had spearheaded its affairs in an acting capacity, the Senate yesterday...
COVID-19 forces NLC, TUC to go online with May Day celebrations
The 2020 edition of the May Day celebration will come as the most uneventful in a long while. Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) President Ayuba Wabba and his Trade Union Congress (TUC) counterpart, Quadri Olaleye, will deliver their addresses through zoom today.
Sound corporate governance as elixir to market confidence
Every quoted company strives to achieve its objectives. In a profit-oriented enterprise, these objectives would be to maximise returns to its shareholders.
SEC tasks states on specific target projects to boost IGR
The Acting Director-General, Securities and Exchange Commission Nigeria (SEC), Ms Mary Uduk, has urged states government to establish specific target projects or companies capable of boosting their Internally Generated Revenue (IGR).
Amid reforms, concerns mount over migration, low patronage of foreigners
For a long time, the equities sector of the Nigerian capital market was driven by huge patronage from foreign investors.
SEC mulls fresh recapitalisation for stock broking firms
Ahead of the planned change of ownership (demutualisation) of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), may soon call for fresh recapitalisation...