BPE seeks to strengthen collaboration(s) with the NSE




Wednesday, July 24, 2013 / @webtv-ng

The financial bourse of Nigeria, the Nigerian Stock Exchange has moved a step closer to closing the back and establishing the nexus between privatized public entities and their inclusiveness on the bourse of the national market.

This significant insight was provided by the current Director-General of the Bureau of Public Enterprise (BPE), Mr. Benjamin Dikki, who disclosed that the BPE was convinced of the need to work closely with the exchange as he performed the ceremonial closing bell ringing for the day’s trading today.

Mr. Dikki, an erstwhile stockbroker was particularly elated at the occasion as it brought back memories of his personal convictions and expectations of an entity such as the BPE being a catalyst for the deepening of the bourse.

Receiving him on the floor, the CEO of the NSE, Mr. Oscar Onyema; described the potential partnership between the NSE and BPE under the Dikki tenure as ground breaking and a task that must meet with the professional commitment of both institutions.

In his response/remarks; the D-G of BPE, Mr. Benjamin Dikki went on to describe the market recovery experienced in the exchange as ‘remarkable’ and went on to express his belief that this was a critical stage that provided a window for further engagement by institutions like his and other involved in driving investments into the market.

The event was attended by the Mr. Ade Bajomo - ED, Market Technology NSE; Mrs. Taba Peterside - GM Listing NSE; Mrs. Cynthia Akpomudiare - Head Administration, NSE; and Mr. Sylvanus Emoikho - Enterprise Offiicer NSE.


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