Speeches & Insights
- SEC NIGERIA LEARNING SERIES:Global Economic Trends
and the Impact on Nigeria’s Capital Market_ presentation by Mr. David Cowan, Citigroup (11th June 2012)
- SEC NIGERIA LEARNING SERIES:Global Economic Trends and the Impact on Nigeria’s Capital Market_ presentation by DR. Kingsley Obiora, IMF & Presidency (11th June 2012)
- ADDRESS BY HIS EXCELLENCY, DR. GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCFR, PRESIDENT AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE ARMED FORCES, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA ON THE OCCASION OF THE FORMAL LAUNCH OF “PROJECT 50” (50 YEARS OF CAPITAL MARKET REGULATION IN NIGERIA) 31 OCTOBER, 2011
- OPENING REMARKS AT THE COMMEMORATION OF 50 YEARS OF CAPITAL MARKET REGULATION IN NIGERIA BY ARUNMA OTEH
- OPENING REMARKS AT THE PRESS CONFERENCE ON COMMEMORATION OF 50 YEARS OF CAPITAL MARKET REGULATION IN NIGERIA
- KEYNOTE ADDRESS AT THE 2011 ANNUAL AUDIT COMMITTEE CONFERENCE BY ARUNMA OTEH DIRECTOR GENERAL SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION ON THE 9th AUGUST 2011 IN LAGOS
I am indeed honoured to be invited as the keynote speaker at this epoch making conference co-sponsored by the Audit
Committee Institute of Nigeria and the Nigerian Accounting Standards Board
- INVESTOR/ISSUER OUTREACH PROGRAMME PORTHARCOURT
- TESTIMONY ON “THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND FINANCIAL REFORM IN NIGERIA: A CAPITAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE”
- Eminent Speakers Series: Proffessor Bartholemew Nnaji - Chairman, of the Presidential taskforce on power (14th June 2011)
Presentation on the the power sector outlook in Nigeria, highlighting the governments renewed priorities.
- Eminent Speakers Series: Bola Onagoruwa - Director General, Bureau of Public Enterprise (14th June 2011)
Presentation on the Federal Government of Nigeria's power reform agenda. "The need to reduce the cost of doing business in Nigeria in order to attract new investment through provision of quality and dependable power supply.."
Nigeria is considered one of the fastest growing economies globally - Arunma Oteh, Director General SEC Nigeria.
An opening speech by Ms. Arunma Oteh at the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) seminar and fellows night.
Paper Delivered at the “Central Bank of Nigeria Infrastructure Finance Conference" By Ms. Arunma Oteh, D.G SEC Nigeria.
“Who is the next Brazil amongst frontier markets? I answer without hesitation that it’s Nigeria”-Adam Kutas Fidelity Emerging Group in New York Times,11 July 2010
Managing Markets: Governance and Regulation in todays context - Bob Dewar, U.K High Commissioner in Nigeria
Rule making is one of the regulatory tools employed by the Commission to regulate activities in the Nigerian Capital Market. The other tools include Registration, Monitoring, Investigation and Enforcement.
Keynote address by the Director General Securities and exchange commission, Ms. Arunma Oteh at the international conference on good governance and regulatory leadership jointly organized by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC) in conjunction with the Nestor Associates and FDHL-MT Ltd.
The Nigerian economy is approximately $220bn in size. It is the 2nd largest in Sub Saharan Africa and growing at an average of 4-5% p.a in the last five years
The 21st century is being touted as Africa’s century. This is because since the beginning of this decade, African growth rates have finally exceeded those of the world in general- a very welcome and positive development.
Speech at the 2010 Kikonyogo Capital Markets Awards
To realize its full potential, our country must have a world class capital market that is strong, sustainable, well‐functioning, plays a central role in the economic development of our nation.
Stakeholders round table on implementation of accepted recommendations of capital market committee
Nigeria’s capital market has enjoyed a decade of unprecedented growth. In the last five years the total market capitalisation has increased by over 90.0%. However, from a peak in March 2008, capitalisation went into a spiralling decline, dropping 45.8% by the end of the year.
Clearly, Nigeria’s capital market is at a crossroads.