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NGX says harmonised regulations, infrastructure will drive Africa’s competitiveness in global market

Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) has said that a harmonised regulatory environment as well as smart infrastructure will help to drive Africa’s competitiveness in the global market.


Temi Popoola, Chief Executive Officer, NGX stated this during the two-day Capacity Building/Sensitisation programme on the West African Capital Markets Integration (WACMI) Phase 2 Project which held in Lagos on Tuesday.


Popoola, who was represented by Jude Chiemeka, divisional head, capital markets, NGX said the WACMI Phase 2 Project is another milestone for the West African Capital Market Integration Council (WACMIC), the West Africa Securities Regulatory Association (WASRA), and indeed, the West African Monetary Institute (WAMI) on their efforts to integrate the West African Capital Markets through innovative technology.