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Eye on Nigeria's Capital Market

 Zooming into Nigeria's real estate sector

Video / 6/26/2015 9:12:51 AM

Zooming into Nigeria's real estate sector

'Housing for all' is something Nigerian politicians have touted for decades. However, according to the World Bank, Nigeria's housing unit deficit has risen to a staggering 17 million units. On Eye on Nigeria's Capital Markets this month, we focus on Nigeria's real estate sector, examine the latest initiatives designed to tackle the problem and highlight the role of the capital market in the process.

 Reviewing retail investors in Nigeria's capital market

Video / 5/22/2015 10:01:29 AM

Reviewing retail investors in Nigeria's capital market

Eye on Nigeria's Capital market this month review retail investors in Nigeria's capital market, highlighting the reforms and programs that are bringing this class of investors back to the market in the aftermath of the 2008 market crash.

 Outlook on the growth of venture capital & private equity in Nigeria

Video / 4/21/2015 10:26:03 AM

Outlook on the growth of venture capital & private equity in Nigeria

On this edition of Eye on Nigeria's Capital market, we continue our look at the growth of venture capital and private equity in Nigeria and look at how Nigeria's entrepreneurs are finding the capital to exploit interesting business opportunities in Africa's largest economy.

 Reforms in Nigeria's insurance industry

Video / 10/17/2014 3:25:37 PM

Reforms in Nigeria's insurance industry

With a population of over 170 million people, Nigeria is Africa's most populated country but it is also grossly under insured. At the end of 2012, only 1.3 million people had purchased any form of insurance. On Eye on Nigeria's Capital Market, we review reforms in Nigeria's insurance industry and find out how players are not only covering risks but providing interesting investment opportunities

 Role of Nigerian capital market in creating a culture of saving

Video / 9/18/2014 1:14:58 PM

Role of Nigerian capital market in creating a culture of saving

On this episode of Eye on Nigeria's Capital Market, we focus on financial planning in Nigeria and the role of the capital market in creating a culture of savings and investment. CNBC Africa's Wole Famurewa explores the need for financial planning and how the tools and institutions in Nigeria's capital market can help people plan their finances better.

 M&A driving investment in Nigeria

Video / 8/28/2014 10:07:44 AM

M&A driving investment in Nigeria

On this edition of Eye on Nigeria's Capital Market, we explore mergers and acquisitions in Nigeria and explore the deal making driving investments in Africa's largest economy.

 Nigeria's deep enough debt capital market key to overall growth of economy -- Part 1

Video / 7/23/2014 10:27:25 AM

Nigeria's deep enough debt capital market key to overall growth of economy -- Part 1

www.abndigital.com Nigeria's SEC recognizes that a debt capital market deep enough to fund critical infrastructure projects for government is material to the overall growth of the economy. To this end the capital market regulator is deepening its partnership with the IFC to help develop the market through an increase in investments by the international lender. ABN's Esther Ugbodaga brings us more.

 Nigeria's deep enough debt capital market key to overall growth of economy -- Part 1

Video / 7/23/2014 10:27:25 AM

Nigeria's deep enough debt capital market key to overall growth of economy -- Part 1

www.abndigital.com Nigeria's SEC recognizes that a debt capital market deep enough to fund critical infrastructure projects for government is material to the overall growth of the economy. To this end the capital market regulator is deepening its partnership with the IFC to help develop the market through an increase in investments by the international lender. ABN's Esther Ugbodaga brings us more.

 Financing Nigeria's massive infrastructure deficit -- Part 1

Video / 7/23/2014 10:27:25 AM

Financing Nigeria's massive infrastructure deficit -- Part 1

www.abndigital.com The Africa Development Bank estimates that $350 billion is required over the next decade to address Nigeria's massive infrastructure deficit. This is far more than the government can provide to build roads, railways and other infrastructure needed to galvanize economic growth and development. Today Eye on Nigeria's Capital markets looks into the role of the capital market in raising the funds needed to build infrastructure in Nigeria.

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