THE NIGERIAN DEBT CAPITAL MARKETS WORKSHOP

image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
WORKSHOP PHOTOS
image
image
image
image
image
SPEAKERS INTERVIEWS

Date

October 27 – 28, 2015

Location

Eko Hotels & Suites Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Speakers

8 Industry Leaders

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP / The Nigerian Debt Capital Markets - Towards a Brighter Future

Organised by FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange (FMDQ), in collaboration with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and supported by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Nigeria, this pioneer Nigerian Debt Capital Markets  (DCM) Workshop will bring together domestic and international financial market experts in a focused and interactive forum to deliberate on and proffer solutions to the challenges facing the Nigerian DCM.

read more...

This Workshop, which aims to be a catalyst to stimulate the growth of the Nigerian DCM, will focus on the issues hampering its development and drill down to practical and implementable solutions. The successful implementation of the findings, conclusions and recommendations from the workshop will accelerate the development of the Nigerian DCM and enable it reach desirable heights within the African and global financial markets.

Strategic Partners

secnig
IFC-WBG

Workshop Objectives / find your answers


To articulate concrete and actionable solutions to the issues facing the non-sovereign debt market, in particular and the debt capital market as a whole

 

To synthesise the views of subject-matter experts (SMEs) on model countries that have successfully stimulated their debt capital markets


To obtain buy-in from multilateral agencies and development finance institutions, thereby enhancing participation and subscription to new corporate issues in the market


To devise credible strategies that will galvanise an increase in the volume, types and quality of non-sovereign bond issues across various sectors of the Nigerian economy

 

To develop an implementation roadmap of action points, responsibilities and timelines for the relevant stakeholders, thereby facilitating the successful execution of recommended strategies

hosts /

FMDQ-logoFMDQ OTC Securities Exchange (FMDQ) is an organisation with the strategic intent of bringing about revolutionary changes and fostering the development of the Nigerian financial markets.

Registered by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), as an over-the-counter (OTC) market in 2012, and launched on to the Nigerian financial landscape in November 2013, FMDQ has dual responsibilities of a securities exchange and self-regulatory organisation (SRO) and brings together Nigeria’s fixed income and currency operations under a single market governance structure.

read more

With a vision of becoming No. 1 in Africa in the Fixed Income and Currency markets in 2019 and a mission to empower the financial markets to be innovative and credible, in support of the Nigerian economy, FMDQ is positioned to drive global competitiveness by deepening its markets through product innovation and institutionalizing robust market architecture. Whilst complementing other existing securities exchanges and providing world-class market governance for capital transfer, FMDQ’s primary focus is on the OTC markets – fixed income (money, repo, treasury bills, and bonds), currencies and derivatives.

Driven by its compelling value proposition – “GOLD” Agenda (Global Competitiveness, Operational Excellence, Liquidity and Diversity) for the transformation of the financial markets, FMDQ, as a change agent, began instituting requisite financial market infrastructure to drive transparency, governance, market oversight, credibility and market liquidity to power growth in the Nigerian financial markets with a view to protecting investor interests.

Dr. (Mrs) Sarah Alade, OON

Chairman,
FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange,
Nigeria

Mr. Bola Onadele. Koko

MD/CEO,
FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange,
Nigeria

Strategic Partners /

Mr. Mounir Gwarzo

Director- General,
Securities and Exchange Commission,
Nigeria

Mrs. Eme Essien Lore

Country Manager,
International Finance Corporation,
Nigeria

Visioning Team /

fmdq-event-logo
chapal-hillD
stanbic
vetiva_
RMB-logo_
dlm

Silver Sponsors /

Bronze Sponsors /

Speakers /

Mr. Wale Edun


Chairman,
Chapel Hill Denham Group,

Dr. Frederic Wandey

Senior Financial Officer, International Finance Corporation, UK

Mr. Sonnie Ayere

Chairman,
Dunn Loren Merrifield Group

Mr. Andrew Johnston

Group Company Secretary, Altron Group, Johannesburg, South Africa

Mrs. Hajara Adeola

Managing Director, Lotus Capital
Limited

Mr. Bolaji Balogun

MD/CEO,
Chapel Hill Denham Group

Downloads / FMDQ Debt Capital Markets Workshop Downloads

Communique /

Pre-Workshop Gallery /

VIdeo Gallery /