‘Policy consistency, national saving will boost equity market’
To attract higher investor participation in Nigeria’s capital market, the Association of Investment Advisers and Portfolio Managers...
Toyin Sanni: Every woman should be financially literate
My driving force is the convictions I have that every human being came to this world for a purpose. I have a very strong sense of purpose and I especially believe that women, aside the fact that we are frequently wives, mothers, sisters which makes the society to rely on us, does not mean we do not have our own individual mission.
United Capital Plc grow Q1 2018 gross earnings by 4% to N2.2billon
United Capital Plc, a leading pan-African investment banking group, has announced its Unaudited 2018 First Quarter Financial Results, showing gross earnings of N2.2 billion and Profit Before Tax of N1.49billion. United Capital generated gross earnings of N2.2bn, an increase of 4 per cent from N2.1bn in Q1 2017, despite the uncertain macroeconomic environment and lower…
Stakeholders prescribe protection mechanisms for investors
Participants at a one-day forum organised by the Investment Advisers and Portfolio Managers (IAPM), in Lagos, have stressed the need for the entire market spectrum...
‘Why states must be funded by capital market’
If government must build roads, schools, hospitals that impact the lives of people, there is the need for a reliable source of long-term funding structure that is appropriate for the major investment.
How women in Nigeria’s financial sector are leveraging their unique capabilities for social change
2016 really is the year of the woman and Nigerian women are definitely no exception. The women supporting women agenda has gone beyond a hashtag and is finding real life expression in worthwhile causes.