Tag: Nigerian Stock Exchange

Oscar Onyema on the NSE’s response to COVID-19

The Nigerian Stock Exchange published guidance for virtual board, committee, and management meetings for stakeholders as the world grapples with the COVID-19 outbreak. Oscar Onyema, CEO of the NSE joins CNBC Africa to discuss how the NSE has been responding to the pandemic.

COVID-19: Impact on Nigeria’s entertainment industry & night-time economy

The second phase of Nigeria's COVID-19 induced lock-down is slowly grinding the economy to a halt. But what has been the impact on the entertainment industry and the Night-time economy?

NSE dips further, banks take biggest hit

After shedding 2.4 per cent days ago, the sell-offs continue at the Nigerian bourse as the NSE All Share Index continues to slide for the third straight session as investors dump banking stocks. Temitope Jolaoso, Analyst at Financial Derivatives joins CNBC Africa to review trading session.

NSE’s Tinuade Awe highlights benefits of gender diversity

Ahead of this year’s International Women’s Day, the Nigerian Stock Exchange is putting the spotlight on gender equality through a symposium themed “Each for Equal”. Tinuade Awe, Executive Director for Regulation at the NSE joins CNBC Africa Christy Cole for more.

NSE Demutualisation: What’s the bigger picture for Africa?

Michael Larbie, CEO and Regional Head for West Africa at RMB Nigeria says if Africa's demutualised exchanges find a way to harmonise their rules, Africa will have a higher footing to attract investors. He discussed this with CNBC Africa’s Esther Awoniyi.

Chapel Hill Denham Advisory on how demutualisation will contribute to Nigeria’s economy

Speaking on the demutualisation of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, the Managing Director of Chapel Hill Denham Advisory, Kemi Awodein says the move will showcase the importance of the exchange for the growth of the Nigerian economy. She joins CNBC Africa for more.

The work is just beginning, says NSE’s Oscar Onyema on demutualisation

Members of the Nigerian Stock Exchange passed the requisite resolutions for the demutualisation of the exchange at a court ordered meeting and Extraordinary General Meeting on Tuesday. In an exclusive interview with CNBC Africa's Esther Awoniyi, NSE CEO Oscar Onyema says there's still a lot more to be done as the work is just beginning.

NSE convenes court-ordered meeting for demutualization

In a move to complete its demutualisation process, Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) has convened a mandatory court-ordered meeting of its members to pass resolutions for the demutualisation as well as an Extraordinary General Meeting. Joining CNBC Africa on the side-lines of the meeting is NSE Council President, Abimbola Ogunbanjo.
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