Securities and Exchange Commission
Insurers raise investors’ hopes with rights issue scorecards
Determined to increase shareholders’ confidence in the insurance sector and hopes of a better return on investments, the nation’s insurers are making inroads in securing various regulatory approvals.
How to sustain current upturn in Nigeria stock market
To ensure sustainable stock market recovery and improve liquidity, operators have renewed calls for the regulators to fine-tune the processes involved in margin lending in the nation's capital market.
SEC urged to manage investment risks through counterparty clearing
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has been urged to adopt a central counterparty (CCP) ecosystem to manage investment risks in Nigeria’s capital market.
Nigeria’s Fintech, disruptions and appropriate regulation
Since the global financial crisis of 2007, several banking regulatory reforms have been instituted in a bid to increase trust in the Nigerian banking sector and maintain stability in the financial industry.
SEC to include e-dividend charges on guideline for banks fees
Following the expiration of free e-dividend mandate registration period offered to investors, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has unveiled plans to partner the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to ensure that e-dividend charges are included in the guideline for bank charges.
SEC advises Nigerians to shun ponzi schemes
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has again warned Nigerians to desist from investing in schemes that offer unreasonable returns and not approved by the commission.
Revisiting the SEC- Oando Plc raging controversies
People who are dishonest, or rash, or stupid will inevitably suffer the penalties of dishonesty, or rashness, or stupidity — Herbert Spencer Quite...
SEC adopts new measure to tackle unclaimed dividend
To further slash the quantum of unclaimed dividend in the capital market to the barest minimum, the Securities and Exchange Commission...