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SEC, Ms. Mary Uduk, CEO Kenya Capital Market Authority, CMA and Chair African and Middle East Regional Commission

  LEFT TO RIGHT: Acting Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Ms. Mary Uduk, CEO Kenya Capital Market Authority, CMA and Chair African and Middle East Regional Commission, Mr. Paul Muthaura and Acting Executive Commissioner Legal and Enforcement, SEC, Mr. Reginald Karawusa during the Growth and Emerging Markets Committee Meeting in Cayman Islands, Thursday.

FinTech: SEC Interested in Technology-driven market, Protecting Investors – Uduk

Left to Right: Acting Executive Commissioner Legal and Enforcement, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Mr. Reginald Karawusa; Vice President, FinTechNGR, Mr. Ade Bajomo; Acting Director – General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Ms .Mary Uduk; President FinTechNGR, Dr. Segun Aina; Acting Executive Commissioner Corporate Services, Securities and Exchange Commission, Mr. Henry Rowland. During FinTech Dynamics, in…

SEC Attends CIBN Annual Banking and Finance Conference

L-R,  Past President, The Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, Dr Segun Aina, Past President, CIBN Mr Okechukwu Unegbe, Former Minister of Economic Development  Alh Umaru Mutallab and Acting Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Ms Mary Uduk during the 11th Annual Banking and Finance Conference of CIBN in Abuja yesterday L-R,  Past President, The…

Court throw-outs BGL Applications; fix October 2 for the case hearing

Left to Right: Assistant Director Legal Department Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Mr. Samuel Eleojo, Director Compliance and Audit, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Mr. Hanafi Baba-Ahmed, Acting Director General SEC, Ms. Mary Uduk and Deputy Director, Office of the Director General SEC, Mrs Anastasia Braimoh during a meeting between SEC and EFCC in…

Trump calls on regulators to consider changing how often companies must report earnings

President Donald Trump speaks during a Cabinet meeting at the White House on Thursday. President Trump called on financial regulators Friday to consider allowing public companies to share information with investors less often, a potentially major shake-up of how corporate America operates. “That would allow greater flexibility & save money,” Trump said in a tweet.…