In furtherance of the Commission’s mandate to regulate and develop the Nigerian capital market and in particular, and its duty to ensure the protection of investors in the Capital Market, it has issued out an amendment to the SEC Rules of April 2015. Read more
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, and the Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, have vowed to declare war on fraudulent operators in the Nigerian capital market.
Ibrahim Magu, Acting Chairman, EFCC, and his SEC counterpart, Mournir Gwarzo made the pledge Thursday, January 19, 2017 while signing a… Read more
It is generally agreed that weak corporate governance has been responsible for some recent corporate failures in Nigeria. In order to improve corporate governance, the Securities and Exchange Commission, in September 2008, inaugurated a National Committee chaired by Mr. M. B. Mahmoud for the Review of the 2003… Read more
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says it has instituted a N5 billion investors protection fund to compensate investors in line with the Capital Market Master Plan.
The Director-General, SEC, Mr Mounir Gwarzo said this in an interview with our correspondent.
According to Gwarzo, the commission will pay… Read more