Securities and Exchange Commission
Local savings can help reflate Nigeria’s economy, stakeholders say
The Minister of Finance, Budget, and National Planning, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, has canvassed the need for the mobilization of local savings to help reflate Nigeria’s economy
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...
Ponzi scheme promoters to face the wrath of law – SEC
The Exchange Commission (SEC) has said those who initiate and promote Ponzi schemes in Nigeria will face the consequences by being brought to the book.
SEC urges Nigerians to shun unregistered investment outfits
Again, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has warned Nigerians against patronising fund managers that are not registered with the commission.
‘Banks’ credit to agric sector remains at five per cent in ten years’
The Securities and Exchange Commission [SEC] has expressed worry that credit to agriculture sector in the last 10 years remains as low as 5 percent, severely hampering the sector’s growth in no small measures.
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 strategises to clamp down on illegal fund managers
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has said it is currently upgrading its enforcement mechanism to apprehend and seal offices of illegal fund managers in Nigeria.
Development institution to launch N300b medium-term note programme in Nigeria
Development finance institution, African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), yesterday, in Lagos, signed agreements to complete the registration of a N300-billion medium-term note with the Securities...