A Bird’s-Eye View of Information Technology Operating Standards for Capital Market Operators in Nigeria

INTRODUCTION The Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) released the Proposed Guidelines on Minimum Operating Standards for Information Technology for Capital Market Operators (CMOs) pursuant to section 13(g) of the Investment and Securities Act 2007 to register and regulate corporate and individual capital market operators as defined in the Act. Read more…

Highlights of the Guidelines for Regulation and Supervision of Credit Guarantee Companies in Nigeria

 INTRODUCTION Credit Guarantee Schemes have been widely considered as one of the means of addressing the challenge of limited access to credit by Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). In Nigeria, the credit markets for MSMEs are characterized by market imperfections, collateral constraints, information asymmetry, and low-profit margins, among others. Read more…

Technical and Regulatory Specifications for BTS Installations in Nigeria

INTRODUCTION The telecommunications industry is a thriving industry in Nigeria. The industry owes its steady success to the available market. Following the deregulation of the telecommunications industry in 1992,[1] private operators were permitted to provide services. However, the then Babangida administration lacked the will to fully implement the liberation policy.[2] Read more…

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