The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has restated its commitment to further educate and enlighten investors in the Nigerian capital market to enhance their ability to make informed investment decisions.
The acting director-general of SEC, Ms. Mary Uduk, stated this at the planning and writing workshop for the development of Capital Market Studies Curriculum (CMSC) for Basic and Senior Secondary Schools levels held in Lagos, yesterday.
Uduk said that the Commission has been in the vanguard of inculcating financial literacy for quite a long time because the SEC has realised that it was very important for students to imbibe the culture and habit of being financial literate and to be familiar with the operations of the capital market.
According to her, this partnership with the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC), to actualise this groundbreaking capital market literacy programme was part of the SEC’s effort at vigorously pursuing the implementation of…
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