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Nigeria’s SEC considers new framework to boost non-interest finance

By Reuters
15 October 2022   |   12:44 pm
Nigeria’s Securities and Exchange Commission is considering a new regulatory framework to boost the scope and operations of non-interest finance in the capital market. Victor Aluyi, Head of Portfolio Management at Comercio Partners joins CNBC Africa for more.

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