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  • Chief Ethics Officer

    Security and Exchange Commision Jobs in Nigeria
    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is the apex regulator of the capital market in Nigeria. As part of strengthening its corporate governance system, an Ethics office is being newly created in the Commission with two position requiring urgent resourcing in the[...]
    Date Posted: 24 Apr 2013
  • Ethics Officer

    Security and Exchange Commision Jobs in Nigeria
    The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is the apex regulator of the capital market in Nigeria. As part of strengthening its corporate governance system, an Ethics office is being newly created in the Commission with two position requiring urgent resourcing in the[...]
    Date Posted: 24 Apr 2013
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  • About Security And Exchange Commision
  • The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Nigeria is the apex regulatory institution of the Nigerian capital market supervised by the Federal Ministry of Finance.

    The Commission has evolved over time having started with the establishment of the Capital Issues Committee in 1962 by the government as an essential arm of the Central Bank of Nigeria. This was purely an ad-hoc, non-statutory committee, which later metamorphosed into SEC in 1979, following a comprehensive review of the Nigerian financial system, with the promulgation of SEC Decree No. 71 of 1979. Successive reviews of this earlier enactment led to the introduction of a new legislation, the Investments and Securities Act (ISA) No 45 of 1999. The ISA No. 45 of 1999 was repealed with the promulgation of the ISA No. 25 of 2007, which gives the Commission its current power.
    View Investment and Securities Act 2007

    This legislation further enlarged the powers of the Nigerian SEC, while saddling it with the dual responsibilities of:

    Regulating the capital market with a view to protecting investors; and
    Developing the capital market in order to enhance its allocative efficiency, and pave the way for a private sector led economy.

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