Original Certificates Of Capital Market Operators Now Ready For Collection


Wednesday, October 24, 2018     14:14PM   / SEC  


The Securities & Exchange Commission hereby notifies all Capital Market Operators (CMOs) to collect their original Certificates of Registration with the Commission.


The Certificates are for CMOs registered between 2008 – 2014.


Collection can be made at

  • Securities & Exchange Commission Headquarters 272 Samuel Adesujo Ademulegun Street, Central Business District Abuja, for Abuja and environ based CMOs


  • Securities & Exchange Commission Lagos Zonal Office at No. 3 Idejo Street Victoria Island Lagos, for Lagos and environ based CMOs


For more information please contact – 094621149


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