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How to sustain domestic retail investors’ confidence — Shareholders

We are happy that domestic retail investors are returning. This is because of what we see in the economy now. The government has shown that it has become more committed in improving the economy through the ease of doing business policy that they just put in place. Also, we have seen the recent improvement in liquidity via-a-viz the continuous reduction in inflationary pressure and monetary policy improvement. So, we are very glad when all these things are happening.

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CIBN accredits Keystone Bank Training Academy

THE Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, CIBN, has certified and granted full accreditation status to the Keystone Bank Training Academy in Lagos, in recognition of its compliance with regulatory standards and best practices. The certification came at the end of a recent evaluation exercise carried out by the CIBN which is the sole accreditation agency under the Competency Framework for the country’s Banking and Finance Industry put in place by the Central Bank of Nigeria

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FG rakes N6.3bn savings bonds, as investors’ appetite drops

The Federal Government’s target of wooing retail and high net worth investors in the Nigerian capital market, using the savings bond to finance the budget deficit may seem not to be materialising as the appetite for investment in the savings bond continue to diminish with the value of the bond subscription for  seven months period accounting insignificantly to the stock market capitalisation (market value).

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