Wednesday, June 27, 2018 10:05AM / SEC Nigeria
The 2018 Second Capital Market Committee (CMC) Meeting has been scheduled to hold on Wednesday, 8th August, 2018 at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island Lagos. The usual interface with members of the press will hold the following day being Thursday, 9th August, 2018 at the SEC lagos Zonal Office, 3, Idejo Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Attendance to both events is strictly by invitation. Invited participants are expected to come with their identity cards to be admitted into the venue.
All invited participants are expected to be seated by 9.45am.
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14. NBA Seeks Collaboration with SEC Nigeria
15. SSE Releases Q and A On Regulation Of Special Corporate Bond Financing for Poverty Alleviation
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17. IOSCO Annual Conference Focuses on Key Challenges Facing Securities Regulators
18. FINRA’s New Account Protection Rule - Trusted Contacts
19. World Federation of Exchanges Responds to IOSCO’s Consultation on Volatility Control Mechanisms
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