Commission (SEC) on Sunday announced the exit of Ms Arunma Oteh as the
disclosure in a statement issued by its management and and made
available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
remembered for her passion, purpose, articulation and implementation of
reform measures driven by the vision to transform the Nigerian capital
market into world class.
Nigeria achieve a world class capital market that will drive development
and make Nigeria one of the most attractive investment destination,” it
according to the statement, include restoration of investor confidence
through strong enforcement actions and improvement of rules and
regulations and investor education.
the National Investor Protection Fund and strengthened its
Administrative Proceedings Committee (APC) to deepen and broaden the
significant product innovation, improved listing rules, landmark bond
market reforms widening of participation in the markets through
licensing and coming on stream of other capital trade points.
also championed reforms at the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) that
witnessed a more robust output and delivery in its operator/oversight
role,” the statement said.
listing rules, it said, led to landmark transactions in dual listing of
SEPLAT Petroleum on the NSE and the London Stock Exchange in April 2014,
as well as the development of an alternative securities market.
remembered for rescuing the capital market from the doldrums in which it
was mired as a result of sharp practices that were rife and the global
financial crisis soon after she assumed office in January 2010,” said