Nigerian Exchange reopens physical trading

The Nigerian Exchange (NGX) has announced the reopening of its physical trading floor after 32 months of trading remotely following the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.  

The NGX also hosted the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) to a Closing Gong ceremony to commemorate the Institute’s 30th anniversary alongside the reopening of the trading floor. 

Speaking during the ceremony, the NGX Chairman Abubakar Mahmoud stated thus:

“Thirty years of excellence is no small feat and at the Exchange, we recognize the significance of CIS to the capital market as it engenders commitment to the highest standards of service and professionalism. Its advocacy initiatives and support for the stockbroking and investment practice in Nigeria are notable and worthy of celebration. 

“Moving forward as the Exchange, we plan to leverage our shared history and cordial relationship with CIS to further drive growth and value creation in the capital market. NGX wishes the Institute many more years of excellence as it continues to enhance the Nigerian capital market and the broader economy.” 

Source: Nigerian Exchange reopens physical trading – StocksWatch (stocksng.com)

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