Experts Outline Ways Capital Markets Can Fund Nigeria’s Infrastructure Gap

December 8, 2019/CAMCAN An investment banker and the Head, Debt Capital Markets, FBNQuest Merchant Bank Limited,  Mr Oluseun Olatidoye  has stressed the need for sound macroeconomic and policy frameworks to enable the capital market attract  investors to long-term domestic projects. Olatidoye stated this in his presentation themed: “Bridging Nigeria’s infrastructure Gap, the Capital […]

FMDQ Committed to Tackling Housing Development – Onadele

December 8, 2019/CAMCAN The FMDQ Securities Exchange (FMDQ) Plc has said it remains committed to tackling the housing infrastructural deficit facing Nigeria through mobilisation of funds from the capital market. Chief Executive Officer, FMDQ, Mr Bola Onadele, disclosed this during the Capital Market Correspondents Assoctaion of Nigeria (CAMCAN) 2019 annual […]

Infrastructure Fund will Aid Development- SEC

December 8, 2019/SEC The Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC has said that the establishment of an active infrastructure fund via the capital market as being pursued by capital market stakeholders would be immensely beneficial in closing the infrastructure gaps in the country. Acting Director General of the SEC, Ms. Mary […]