Nigerian Stock Exchange
NSE upgrades X-Issuer to enhance market integrity
The Nigerian Stock Exchange upgraded its issuers’ portal on Monday. The portal was developed to ensure the electronic delivery of issuers’ mandatory filings in a structured way for stakeholders in the capital market. Tinuade Awe, Executive Director for the Regulation Division of the NSE joins CNBC Africa for more.
NSE upgrades data portal to improve access to the market
The Nigerian Stock Exchange has upgraded its Data Portal and says the revamped X-DataPortal will provide a more efficient, user-friendly experience. Jude Chiemeka, Head for Trading at the NSE joins CNBC Africa for more.
Annual Essay Competition seeks to improve financial literacy and inclusion - Oscar Onyema
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) 19th Annual Essay Competition is designed to develop a culture of wealth creation for the youth. CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Oscar Onyema emphasized the need for innovative solutions to leverage the Capital Market for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. CNBC Africa’s Samuel Onalaru caught up with him on the sidelines of the event.
Annual Essay Competition: Modupe Adefeso-Olateju on why its important to teach our kids about money
The Managing Director of the Education Partnership Center, Modupe Adefeso-Olateju says it is absolutely critical for children to understand that there are different types of literacy one of which is financial literacy. She joins CNBC Africa’s Samuel Onalaru on the sidelines of the 19th Essay Competition organized by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
Tracking Nigeria’s consumer goods space
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) Consumer Goods Index is down 32.5 per cent year-to-date, as the sector is the worst performer on the Nigerian bourse. As the 9-month earnings season winds down, Temitope Jolaoso and Analyst at Financial Derivatives joins CNBC Africa to discuss the performance of the consumer goods companies in Nigeria.
NSE’s Tinuade Awe on the importance data protection regulation
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) held the 7th edition of its bi-annual Nigerian Capital Market Information Security Forum (NCMISF). Executive Director of Regulation at the NSE, Tinuade Awe, stressed the importance of complying with data regulation and protection of personal identifiable information of individuals. He joins CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi for more.
NSE generated N7.6bn revenue in 2018: Oscar Onyema reviews performance of the NSE
At its Annual General Meeting (AGM), CEO of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Oscar Onyema rated the performance of the exchange in 2018 as ‘okay’ particularly in the relatively difficult operating environment experienced last year. He stated this while responding to questions from journalists. He joins CNBC Africa for more.
Fast tracking compliance to data regulation in Nigeria
On the sidelines of the 7th Capital Market Information Security Forum organised by the Nigerian Stock Exchange to discuss the need to fast track compliance to data regulation in Nigeria, CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi spoke to Linus Okeke, Partner and Leader of Forensic and Integrity Services at Ernst and Young West Africa.
AUX Capital CEO Chinedu Anozia on how to grow Nigeria’s capital markets
The Nigerian Stock Exchange says total transactions at the bourse increased by 15.95 per cent from about 398 in August to about $461.50 million as at 30th September this year. To discuss this and for an outlook on the trading session for the rest of the week, Chinedu Anozia, CEO of AUX Capital joins CNBC Africa.
Digital age unlocking companies’ potential in fostering partnerships with market data
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is looking to drive partnerships at this year's Market Data Workshop. For this discussion, Divisional Head of Trading Business of NSE, Jude Chiemeka joins CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa for more.
Building successful African enterprises
Stakeholders from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) including Industry leaders gathered at the NSE for the launch of the LSE Companies to Inspire Africa 2019 report. A total of 360 countries made the list 97 of which were Nigerian companies. Uyi Akpata, Country Senior Partner at PwC Nigeria joins CNBC Africa for more.