Building partnerships to drive Nigeria’s growth

A strategic collaboration between Thomson Reuters and FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange is aiming to deepen capacity to drive liquidity in the Nigerian market and also improve its visibility to international investors. Candice Dott, Head of Market Development for Africa at Thomson Reuters and Tumi Sekoni, Associate, Executive Director for Capital Markets at FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange join CNBC Africa to discuss the details of this collaboration.
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