The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has pledged to intensify monitoring and surveillance of the capital market in order to curb unethical conduct.
Abia State Executive Council (SEC) has approved N150 million to support traders that were relocated from Ariaria International Market and Ahia Ohuru Market, both in Aba, through Abia SME Bank.
FMDQ Clear Limited, Nigeria's Premier Central Counterparty (CCP) and a wholly-owned subsidiary of FMDQ Holdings Plc (FMDQ Group), has been admitted to the Global Association of Central Counterparties...
An FCT High Court sitting at Apo has discharged the former Director-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Dr Mounir Gwarzo, from the offence of conferring unfair and corrupt advantage on himself.
The Bauchi State Government, says it has repaid N30 billion out of the total debt incurred by the state. Gov. Bala Mohammed, made this known during the inaugural sitting of the State Executive Council (SEC) meeting, on Monday in Bauchi.
To reduce financial crimes in the capital market to the barest minimum, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has engaged staff of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), on capital market training.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has engaged staff of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on capital market training to reduce financial crimes.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Thursday played up the card of the possible adoption of the governor Bala Mohammed committee on the zoning of the presidency to douse tension
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has reasserted its commitment to Nigeria’s sports development even as the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) at the weekend won
A mild drama over disclosure of corporate deficit and returns ensued early this month between the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Senate Joint Committee on Finance
The Association of Securities and Exchange Commission Retirees (ASEC) has flayed the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over failure to pay its pensioners their entitlements
Rising inflation, perceived poor performance of the capital market, as well as low returns on government securities have exposed Nigerians to speculative and dubious schemes with victims suffering over N300 billion in the last five years.