Category: Bond Market

FMDQ Partners Thomson Reuters to Strengthen Nigerian Financial Market

The Nigeria’s foremost debt capital and OTC Exchange, FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange and Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals have announced a strategic collaboration to deepen capacity to help drive liquidity and enhance the visibility of the Nigerian financial market to domestic and international investors.   Making the…

DMO Lists N10.69bn FGN Sovereign Green Bond on NSE

The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is pleased to announce the listing of the N10.69billion, 5-year, Federal Government Sovereign Green Bond at coupon rate of 13.48% on the Exchnage by Debt Management Office (DMO) on Friday. On the same day, the NSE also held a pre-listing conference for market participants, themed, ‘Exploring the Green Financing Opportunity:…

FMDQ Admits the ₦50.00 billion Dangote Cement CPs on its Platform

L-R: Chief Executive Officer, Stanbic IBTC Bank PLC, Dr. Demola Sogunle; Independent Non-Executive Director Dangote Cement PLC; Mr. Ernest Ebi; Managing Director/CEO, FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange, Mr. Bola Onadele. Koko; Group Chief Executive Officer, Dangote Cement PLC, Engr. Joseph Makoju; Group Chief Financial Officer, Dangote Cement PLC, Mr. Brian Egan; and Executive Director/Head, Debt Capital…

THE Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment Dr. Okechukwu Enelamah, is among global executives and business leaders that will address participants at the Africa Trade and Investment  Global Summit 2018 slated for June 24 to 26, at the World Trade Centre – Ronald Reagan Building, Washington D.C.,United States. The summit is a prestigious biennial business…

AMCON, stakeholders partner on asset disposal

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), is collaborating with stakeholders on ways of disposing its toxic assets, the Managing Director/CEO, Mr. Ahmed Kuru has said. Kuru, who was represented by Aminu Ismail, Executive Director in charge of Operations, AMCON at a two-day Asset Sales Strategy Retreat, which ended in Abuja yesterday, said part of…

SEC seeks financial inclusion for Nigerians

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday said it hopes to reach 80 per cent of the population by 2020 in its financial inclusion initiative. The organisation said there is need for Nigerians in rural areas to be effectively sensitised on the benefits of investing in the capital market.  Its Acting Director-General, Ms. Mary Uduk,…