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SEC On Proliferation Of Unregistered Online Investment And Trading Platforms – Investment

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The attention of the Securities and Exchange Commission (the Commission) has been drawn to the existence of several providers of online investment and trading platforms which purportedly facilitate direct access of the investing public within the Federal Republic of Nigeria to securities of foreign Companies listed on Securities Exchanges registered in other jurisdictions.

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These platforms also claim to be operating in partnership with Capital Market operators (CMOs) registered with the Commission. The Commission categorically states that by the provisions of Sections 67-70 of the Investments and Securities Act (ISA), 2007 and Rules 414 & 415 of the SEC Rules and Regulations, only foreign securities listed on any Exchange registered in Nigeria could also be issued, sold or offered purchasable or subscription to the Nigerian public.

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Accordingly, CMOs who add concert with the referenced online platforms are hereby notified of the Commission’s position and advised to desist henceforth. The Commission enjoins the investing public to hunt clarification as could also be required via its established channels of communication on investment products advertised through conventional or online mediums.

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