INDICATIONS have emerged that the President and Chairman of Council of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers, Mr. Albert 0kumagba would exploit the institute’s Post Annual General Meeting Luncheon slated for month end to create a robust platform for accelerated development of the Nigerian Capital Market.
First outing after mounting the saddle of leadership last year, a cream of notable Nigerians in the financial market are expected at the luncheon to discuss economic and stock market related issues that would move the Nigerian Capital Market forward.
Prior to the luncheon, the institute’s AGM would hold. 0ne of the major highlights is the election of some new members to the Council. Thereafter, the luncheon would commence with the opening remarks by 0kumagba who will set the tone for roadmap towards a virile Nigerian Capital Market.
The Acting Director General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Mallam Mounir Gwarzo is expected to speak on the “Development Agenda for the Nigerian Capital Market”while the Chief Executive Officers of NCX Plc, NASD Plc, FMDQ OTC Plc, The Nigerian Stock Exchange and AFEX Nigeria are already detailed to come up with agenda for market growth from the perspective of their respective organisations.
The Coordinating Minister of Economy and Minister of Finance, Dr. Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala would deliver the keynote address while the Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina would give an update on agenda for African Development Bank, AfDB. SEC’s Chairman, Mallam Sulleyman Ndanusa, the President, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, ICAN Mr. Chidi Ajaegbu and Chairman, CIS Board of Fellows , Sir Sammy 0lagbaju are already warming up to make remarks. Also, critical stakeholders including Justice George Oguntade, Muhammed Uba Kari, Dr. Sarah Alade of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN and Mrs. Chinelo Anohu-Amazu of Nigerian Pension Commission will offer professional advice on the pathway to market growth and development.

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