SEC, NGX, DMO, Others Converge In Lagos for FiBOP Workshop on Fintech Service Delivery in Capital Market

November 14, 2022 0 By Admin
All is now set for second in the series of Finance and Business Online Publishers (FiBOP) capacity building workshop on deployment of Fintech services in Nigeria for economic growth.
The latest workshop with the theme; ‘Harnessing Fintech for Capital Market Growth and Development’ is scheduled to take place on Thursday November 17th, 2022 at Airport Hotel Ikeja, Lagos by 10.00 am
Dignitaries expected at the event include; the Director General Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Lamido Yuguda,, Director General Debt Management Office, DMO,  Patience Oniha and the Managing Director/CE, Cowry Assets Management, Johnson Chukwu
Others are;  Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Umar Danbatta, Group CEO Nigeria Exchange , NGX, Oscar Onyema, CEO, FMDQ, Bola Koko, Managing Director CSCS, Haruna Jalo-Waziri, captains of industry, CEOs of quoted companies and shareholder groups among others.
FiBOP is the foremost Association of seasoned online publishers in Nigeria, formed with a view to contributing to the economic growth and development of Nigeria through informed, analytical and balanced reportage of events and activities in the economy.
In a statement  FiBOP noted that the choice of the topic is borne out of the need to further deepen and enhance the efficiency of the Nigerian capital market, boost earnings of investors and operators as well as draw attention to the challenges and benefits of deploying Fintech services in the Nigerian capital market.

“There is no doubt that the market is facing a lot of challenges at this critical time, hence the import of Fintech in addressing such problems as unclaimed dividends which today stands above N1.8billion, and similar other issues.’
“Moreover, the need to attract more Fintechs to the capital market has become highly imperative in view of the increasing deployment of technology in virtually every facet of life as well as the need to further deepen the market by getting a larger number of our teeming youths to become interested in the capital market.” He said