‘Government should ensure that border closure is not another lost chance’
Tayo Orekoya is a professional accountant. He qualified as a chartered accountant in 1989 and became a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) in 2003.
Stock market still depressed after ministerial appointment
Hopes that the inauguration of President Muhammadu Buhari’s cabinet would spur activities and restore the nation’s bourse on a path of sustainable gains have been dashed, as investors’ wealth depreciated by N151 billion 14 days after their inauguration.
PEARL unveils nominees for 2018 awards
The PEARL Awards, Nigeria’s premier capital market awards institution rewarding outstanding and excellent performance by market players and companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), has unveiled nominees for its 2018 awards nite. The award has run for 23 years, and endorsed by the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), in 2003. The President…
PEARL Awards Nigeria urges government tackle infrastructural defects, others
PEARL Awards Nigeria, has identified high cost of production and policy somersault as major impediments inhibiting listed firms’ performance in Nigeria, urging government to address these issues to enhance growth.
PEARL Awards link sustainable market rebound to steady government policies holds forum in Lagos
Furthermore, Orekoya, who expressed optimism that the nation would wriggle out of recession by the first quarter of 2018, also emphasised the need to sensitize and educate investors actively on the operations of the market.
PEARL Awards link sustainable market rebound to steady government policies
The President, PEARL Awards Nigeria, Tayo Orekoya, while fielding questions to Journalists at a press briefing to announce the 2017 Pearl Awards Nite slated for November 26, 2017 in Lagos, identified policy somersault as one of the major impediments to capital market growth.